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## How to Convert Percentage to Basis Points in Excel

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## How to Calculate Overdue Days in Excel (4 Easy Ways)

Today I’m going to show you how to calculate overdue days in Excel. Calculating overdue is a staple for any form of resource management. For this session, ...

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## How to Subtract a Percentage in Excel (3 Quick Ways)

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## How to Calculate Year over Year Percentage Change in Excel

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## How to Calculate Discount Percentage with Formula in Excel

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## How Do You Calculate Percentage Increase or Decrease in Excel

Microsoft Excel is a great tool for basic and complicated calculations. In today’s article, I’m going to show you how to calculate the percentage increase or ...

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## Selecting Non Adjacent Cells in Excel (5 Simple Ways)

In Excel, you can select adjacent cells very easily. It is a straightforward one. But selecting non-adjacent cells (you may also refer to them as ...

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## How to Print Selected Cells in Excel (6 Effective Ways)

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##### Browsing All Comments By: Shakil Ahmed
1. Bob, PivotTable is one of the prime features of Excel, so regardless of the version (contemporary versions) you should get it inside the “Insert” tab of the ribbon. But if you don’t find that there you may need to customize your ribbon. Click on File > Options, then follow the image

And if counting unique is your main goal right now you might get that using the UNIQUE function (and COUNT family function for counting).

2. Thanks for commenting Merle, glad to hear that it helped you.