Numbers are not the only thing that matters when presenting an inform in Microsoft Excel, especially when working with Pivot tables and Slicers, which have to be neat and well-sorted to show those values you want to analyze. So, maybe filtering and using the slicers are the most important thing, but how you sort and order a data set and present it to a client can give you more credibility.
Hence, in this article, you will solve some questions about the settings and style related to slicers.
Are you ready to start? Let’s begin!
Once you click on a Slicer, you will see the “Slicer” tab and find the “Slicer Styles” group tools. Notice that you can pick any style according to the offered colors according to the "Light" and "Dark" variables.
Although those options are outstanding, you can also personalize your slicer by clicking on the “New Slicer Style” command at the end of the menu and doing the following:
Note: Every time you choose an element from the list, you can click on “Format” to personalize each item if you want to.
In the “slicer” tab, go to the first group tools at the very left of the pane and click on the “Slicer Setting” command. This will bring up a dialog box.
Notice then that you can rename the Slicer and sort the order of the slicer buttons. You just need to read the options, select what fits you and click “Ok” to confirm.
Scrolling down is out of the table when you have many items in your slicer. Try a column view instead by following these steps:
You can adjust the size of your Slicer in two ways:
As you can see, these two options can be handy, but the second one might be more accurate if you want all your Slicers to be identical between them.
You can also align the slicers if you want to be neater in your worksheet, you can also align the slicers. To do that, you can have these 3 options:
Alright, at this point, you’ve acquired a significant acknowledgment related to Slicer's styles and settings so far. So remember to put them into practice and personalize your worksheet to impress your client and give a more professional look to your Pivot Tables.
Finally, don’t let anything stop you, not even some questions or concerns about slicers or other topics.