# Excel | Pivot tables exercise | Property - Pivot Tables

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 Software ==> Excel  (151 exercises) Version ==> Excel 2016 and later Topic ==> Pivot tables  (3 exercises) Level ==> Average difficulty Subject ==> Excel training
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.

Create a pivot table of the property portfolio to show:

• The asking price as the value field;
• The type of property in the rows;
• The location in the columns;
• The remaining fields in the filter area.

Change the filters and aggregate functions to show a count of properties that have:

• 3 bedrooms;
• A medium garden; and
• 2 bathrooms.

Your pivot table should look something like this:

Use the filters at the top to only show the data you are interested in.

There is only one property that is detached - use drill down to show this:

Double-click on cell C10 to see the property details.

Change your pivot table so that it now shows the average asking price of houses with:

• The postcode of the property in the rows;
• The type of property in the columns; and
• The remaining fields in the filter area.

Change the filters to show the average asking price of properties that have:

• 2 bathrooms;
• 2 or 3 bedrooms; and
• which are in the countryside

Your pivot table will now look something like this:

Double-click on any property price to see the full details.

Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.

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