Learn how to install Power Query with this step-by-step tutorial for Excel 2010 or 2013. If you have Excel 2016 then Power Query is already built-in and located on the Data tab of the ribbon. The first step is to determine what bit version of Excel you have, 32-bit or 64-bit. This can be found on the File menu under Help (2010) or Account (2013). Once you know the bit version you can install Power Query from the following link. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39379 Next, completely close Excel. You might need to close other Office apps like Outlook or Power Point. Run the Power Query installer. Once it finishes, open up Excel. You should see the Power Query tab in the Ribbon. Here is a link to an article with step-by-step instructions. http://www.excelcampus.com/install-power-query/ Checkout my article on an overview of Power Query to learn more. https://www.excelcampus.com/powerquery/power-query-overview/
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Download File: http://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm Using Excel 2016, learn how to access the Data Model, build Relationships between tables and create DAX Measures (Formulas in Pivot Tables) without having PowerPivot Installed and without having to buy the upper level sku for Excel: Microsoft: “All SKUs (on Win32) should allow analysis. if you need a dedicated, professional, tool for "self service BI", PowerPivot is available in premium SKUs of Excel.” Topics: 1. (00:11) Problem introductions: Learn how to build a report from three tables without VLOOKUP or helper column formulas by accessing the Relationship feature on the Data Tab and utilizing the Data Model and DAX Measures (Formulas in Pivot Tables) indirectly through the Create PivotTable dialog box. This process will not allow us to open the “Manage Data Model window” to look at our Data Model because we do not have PowerPivot installed. For advanced Analytics and advanced features and easier to use user-interface, it is bet to install and use PowerPivot. 2. (01:08) Convert Proper Data Sets to Excel Tables using Ctrl + T (Excel Table Feature) 3. (01:38) Add first Table to the Data Model using the Create PivotTable dialog box and the “Add this to the Data Model” check box. The Data Model contains a Columnar Database that can hold millions of records. 4. (02:36) Look at PivotTable Field List and learn about the “ALL” tab which allows use to see all Excel Tables in the Excel Workbook and the fact that Excel Tables that have been added to the Data Model have a Dark Line above the table name in the PivotTable Field List to indicate that it has already been added to the Data Model. 5. (02:52) Create Relationships between the Tables using the Manage Relationships dialog box from the Data Tools group in the Data Ribbon Tab. When you create Relationships between tables, the Tables are automatically added to the Data Model. 6. (05:19) Create DAX Measure (DAX Formulas, DAX Measures, Calculated Columns, PivotTable Formulas are all synonyms) using the PivotTable Field List. From the PivotTable Field List, right-click the table and point to “Add Measure”. This required that you are familiar with the DAX Formula language. See the DAX Functions: SUMX function, RELATED function, and ROUND function. Learn how to create a DAX Formula that will calculate Net Revenue given Units, a Price that is “looked up”, and a discount. See that Number Formatting can be added directly to the DAX formula and that it will follow the Measure (formula) around into whichever PivotTable you drag it into. 7. (08:57) Drag new DAX Measure (Calculated Field) from the PivotTable Field List to the PivotTable Values area. 8. (09:35) Summary. To learn about how PowerPivot, Relationships and DAX Measures (Calculated Fields or Formulas in PivotTables): Playlist of videos for DAX and PowerPivot: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrRPvpgDmw0nGCx21PRFbsJpUIH06LKs- Two Intro Videos for Excel 2013: Basic Excel Business Analytics #40: Introduction to PowerPivot & Data Modeling https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqJbVInVyX4 Basic Excel Business Analytics #42: Comprehensive PowerPivot, Data Model, DAX & Reporting Example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHk-g_Echik Intro Video for Excel 2016 PowerPivot: Basic Excel Business Analytics #41: Excel 2016: Introduction to PowerPivot & Data Model https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVmbMqRGBA8
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Download file from “Highline BI 348 Class” section: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm This videos is an introduction to Building Data Models in PowerPivot. For people who have used VLOOKUP and Helper Columns to prepare data tables for PivotTables and who want to learn what building Data Models in PowerPivot is all about: This is the perfect videos for you. We will have a PowerPoint Introduction to what PowerPivot and Data Models are, then we will remind ourselves how we build Data Models in Excel all the while comparing what we are used to doing in Excel and how it will change when we get to PowerPivot, then we will build a simple Data Model in PowerPivot to get an introduction before we move on to our next video where we will learn how to build a Big Data Data Model in PowerPivot. From Excel Data Models to Big Data PowerPivot Data Models Topics in Video: 1) (00:16) Introduction to building Data Models with PowerPivot 2) (00:55) Topics in this video 3) (02:05) What is PowerPivot? 4) (03:21) What versions of Excel have PowerPivot? Notes for Excel 2013 and Excel 2016 5) (03:54) What is the Data Model? 6) (04:37) What DAX stands for (Data Analysis Expressions) 7) (06:05) What is Data Modeling? 8) (07:38) What are Related Tables? 9) (08:55) References for more advanced PowerPivot and Data Modeling 10) (09:23) Where to find notes in the downloadable PowerPoint about DAX formulas and Calculated Columns and Measures (Calculated Fields) 11) (09:40) IMPORTANT if you are NEW to PowerPivot: Remind ourselves how we build Data Models in Excel all the while comparing what we are used to doing in Excel and how it will change when we get to PowerPivot 12) (15:46) Step 1 in Building Data Model: Import Proper data sets into PowerPivot Data Model: 1) Convert tables to Excel Tables (Ctrl + T and Alt, J, T, A), 2) Click Add to Data Model button in PowerPivot Ribbon Tab. 13) (17:41) Intro to Manage Data Model window 14) (20:17) Step 2 in Building Data Model: Build Relationships using Diagram View. Simply drag and drop fields from dimension table to fact table. 15) (22:07) Step 3 in Building Data Model: Build DAX Calculated Columns 16) (22:58) DAX function: RELATED (substitute for VLOOKUP) 17) (23:23) Introduction to Table Names and Field Names (Field name in square brackets) in DAX formulas 18) (23:45) How formulas are copied in a Calculated Column 19) (24:21) Convention for building DAX formulas: 1) When you use a column name (field name) in a formula use both Table Name AND Field Name, when you use a Measure (Calculated Field) use only the Measure Name in Square Brackets. 20) (26:10) DAX function: ROUND 21) (26:30) Row Context for DAX Calculated Columns 22) (27:26) Example of Implicit Formula in a PowerPivot Data Model PivotTable. Why we should not use Implicit Formulas. 23) (30:02) Step 3 in Building Data Model: Build DAX Calculated Columns and Measures (Calculated Fields). This will not be an Implicit Formula. It will be an Explicit Formula. 24) (31:11) The Implicit “Sum of Net revenue” Formula shows up in Formula Field Dropdown List: DO NOT use it! 25) (31:51) Add Number Formatting to our Measures (Calculated Fields). 26) (32:05) Create PivotTable Report using our new DAX Measures (Calculated Fields). 27) (32:38) Filter Context for DAX Measures (Calculated Fields). 28) (32:58) Why we should not use Implicit Formulas AND Why we should use Explicit Formulas AND why DAX Measures (Calculated Fields) Calculate quickly on Big Data: Filter Context cause DAX Measures (Calculated Fields) to filter the underlying table so it has to process on a smaller table than the full-unfiltered table. 29) (34:59) Summary and Conclusion Download Excel File Not: After clicking on link, Use Ctrl + F (Find) and search for “Highline BI 348 Class” or for the file name as seen at the beginning of the video.
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Download file used in the video with step by step instructions and links to more tutorials: https://www.myonlinetraininghub.com/workbook-downloads In this video you will learn how to create an interactive dashboard from scratch using the built in Excel tools. No add-ins or VBA/Macros. Just plain Excel. Applies to Excel 2007 onward for Windows & Excel 2016 onward for Mac. Subscribe to my free newsletter and get my 100 Tips & Tricks eBook here: https://www.myonlinetraininghub.com/sign-up-for-100-excel-tips-and-tricks
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Download file: http://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm Scroll to down to PowerPivot Section. See how to Import, Filter, Edit Data From Access, Excel, Text Files into one Data Model, including importing new tables and columns and deleting tables after an existing connection is established: 1. (00:28 min mark) goal of video: establish connections between Data Model and external data sources and then see how to edit and change existing connections using the Manage Data Model window. 2. (00:46 min mark) Look at Access Database and the three tables and the one-to-many relationships. Importing Access tables with existing relationships into PowerPivot Data Model will retain the relationships (relationships will show up in PowerPivot Data Model). 3. (01:58 min mark) look at text file. 4. (02:27 min mark) Import three Access tables with existing relationships. 5. (03:55 min mark) Filter out items from a column in an imported table. 6. (05:00 min mark) Filter out a whole column from an imported table. 7. (06:04 min mark) Use Diagram View to see that Relationships from Access have been imported. 8. (06:14 min mark) Use Scroll Bar to Zoom in to see all tables in Diagram View. 9. (06:42 min mark) Import Table from Text file. 10. (07:53 min mark) Although we can use PivotTable button from Manage Data Model window, we don’t have to use this button to have access to a Data Model for a new PivotTable. See how to access the Data Model using the normal “Create PivotTable” dialog box and the “Use an external data source” dialog button, “Choose Connection” button, “Table” tab in the Existing Connections dialog box, then click “This workbook Data Model”. 11. (08:56 min mark) NO GROUPING DATES IN POWERPIVOT!!!! Grouping Feature in a normal PivotTable is NOT available in PowerPivot. Grouping of dates requires that you create a separate table of unique dates called a Calendar Table or date table. 12. (09:30 min mark) Clear All; Formatting and Context and PivotTable: Alt, E, A, A 13. (09:42 min mark) Use Excel to create a separate table of unique dates called a Calendar Table or date table. 14. (11:54 min mark) Import Excel Table. Import Calendar Table into PowerPivot. 15. (12:52 min mark) Create Sales Category Table (for creating Frequency Tables where we count or add between an upper and lower number or limit) in Excel with Excel Formulas. See formula 1 for upper and lower Numbers. 16. (14:35 min mark) Using “Existing Connections” button in “Get External Data” group in Home Ribbon of Manage Data Model window to import a new table from an existing connection to an Excel workbook Data Source. 17. (15:27 min mark) Go back to Excel workbook and add a descriptive category for our sales categories using a text formula that uses the DOLLAR function (takes number, applies Currency Formatting and delivers it as text) and text in Double Quotes and the Ampersand (Join Symbol). 18. (17:33 min mark) Import New Column from a table that has an existing connection using the “Table Properties” button in the “Design Ribbon tab” in the “Manage Data Model” window. 19. (18:47 min mark) Delete a Table from Data Model. Remove a Table from data Model. Right-click tab, Delete. 20. (19:27 min mark) Conclusion: Look at Diagram View.
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The Top 25 tips and tricks for Excel 2016. Use these tips and tricks to improve your efficiency using Excel. I am sure you will discover some that you have not seen before and others that you have been using incorrectly. My personal favorite is #21. Become more productive using Excel at work, school and home. Check out the Advanced Excel video at https://youtu.be/PU8ACyYxJBk. Another 15 Excel 2016 Tips & Tricks: https://youtu.be/L9SKTj2gevA Introduction to Excel for Beginners: https://youtu.be/WxUQLHJn77Q Contents: 1. Quick Analysis Tool 0:47 2. Filter 1:44 3. Drop-Down List 2:25 4. AutoFit Column Width 3:12 5. Transpose 3:47 6. Remove Duplicates 4:13 7. Goal Seek 5:23 8. VLOOKUP 6:55 9. Flash & Auto Fill 9:06 10. Paste Special Values 10:47 11. Images in Charts 11:50 12. IF Function 12:28 13. Insert Screenshot 13:40 14. Absolute Cell Reference 14:15 15. Show Formulas 15:54 16. Text to Columns 16:57 17. Conditional Formatting 18:11 18. PowerPivot 19:36 19. Freeze Panes 20:46 20. Ctrl-Arrow Keys 21:40 21. 3D References 21:58 22. Forecast Sheet 23:43 23. SUMIFS Function 24:16 24. IFERROR Function 25:38 25. Filled Maps 26:30
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Learn Excel 2013, In this excel 2013 training video you will learn how to install Power Online Software and Power Query. To learn more about Excel 2013 and other Microsoft Applications such as Word, Sharepoint, please subscribe to us today and check out our website at http://learnit.com -Unlimited Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, MS Office, PhotoShop, Web Design, & lots more! -17 years teaching software to industry leaders. -Easy to follow: beginner through advanced. -Feel secure: Ask a teacher if you have questions.
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Starting on August 16, 2013, the stand-alone boxed edition of Excel 2013 now includes Power Pivot and Power View. Amazon currently sells this edition for $98: http://tinyurl.com/na2rcp5 From Bill Jelen: "Microsoft marketing has made it incredibly difficult to buy Excel 2013 with PowerPivot. I've heard a lot of people say that they won't upgrade and will stick with Office 2010 forever, but this really isn't practical. In today's video, I offer a workaround that will allow individuals or small companies to actually purchase Excel 2013 with PowerPivot 2013.
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Download file from “Highline BI 348 Class” section: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm Learn about PowerPivot: Import Big Data, Build Data Model, Create Reports: 1) (00:04) Info about files for project 2) (00:20) Intro to Video and look at end result reports 3) (01:56) Overview of steps in building a Data Model in PowerPivot 4) (03:03) Look at source data files including text files with 5 million rows of records 5) (04:46) From Text Files, use Power Query to import 5 million rows of transactional sales data into the a Fact Table in the Data Model in PowerPivot 6) (09:48) From Excel file, use Power Query to import Product Retail and Standard Cost Dimension Table into the Data Model in PowerPivot 7) (10:52) Build Calendar Dimension Table in Excel and then use Power Query to import into the Data Model in PowerPivot 8) (13:44) From web get ISO 3166-1 County Code Data to build and then use Power Query to import Country Code Dimension Table into the Data Model in PowerPivot 9) (17:50) Build One-to-Many Relationships between Fact Table and Dimension Tables 10) (20:16) Build DAX Calculated Column for Net Revenue for each transaction. See the DAX functions: RELATED (Like VLOOKUP in Excel) and ROUND. 11) (22:30) Build DAX Measure (Calculated Field) for Total Net Revenue (Overall Total Net Revenue for entire Fact table). See the DAX function: SUM. 12) (24:16) Build PivotTable to see that the relationships are working and that we can pull fields from Dimension Tables and Fact Tables. 13) (24:16) Build PivotTable Report to show Net Revenue for each Country. 14) (25:33) “Trouble Shooting” Part of Example: Tracking Down Error between web site data and company data, including finding error and updating Country Code Excel Table and refreshing the linked table in the Data Model so that the PivotTable report updates and has correct results. 15) (30:35) Hide Fields from Field Lists using “Hide From Client Tools” 16) (31:59) Build PivotTable to see that with a Data Model PivotTable you can NOT group Dates 17) (33:20) Create DAX Calculated Column for Month Number and Month Name. See the DAX functions: MONTH and FORMAT (Like TEXT in Excel). 18) (35:20) Build PivotTable to see that Month Name does NOT sort correctly in a Data Model PivotTable. 19) (35:52) Learn how to Sort Month Name column by Month Number so that Month Name sorts correctly in a data Model PivotTable 20) (36:36) Build relationship between Calendar Table and Fact Table 21) (36:36) Build PivotTable Report to show Net Revenue by Month 22) (37:33) Create DAX Calculated Column for Year. See the DAX function: YEAR. 23) (38:02) Build PivotTable Report to show Net Revenue by Month & Year 24) (39:10) Build DAX Calculated Column for COGS for each transaction. See the DAX functions: RELATED (Like VLOOKUP in Excel) and ROUND. 25) (40:55) Build DAX Measure (Calculated Field) for Total COGS (Overall Total COGS for entire Fact table). See the DAX function: SUM. 26) (41:29) Build DAX Measure (Calculated Field) for Gross Profit using Measures (Calculated Fields) in our DAX formula. 27) (42:21) Build PivotTable Report to show Net Revenue, COGS and Gross Profit for each Year and Month. 28) (44:04) Build PivotTable Report to show Percentage Change for Net Revenue over Same Period Last Year. 29) (45:00) Build DAX Measure (Calculated Field) for Percentage Change over Same Period Last Year using the DAX functions: CALCULATE, SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR and IF. 30) (52:22) Build PivotTable Report to show Percentage of Grand Total for Each Product. Concept behind the formula. 31) (54:11) Build DAX Measure (Calculated Field) for Percentage of Grand Total using the DAX functions: CALCULATE and ALL. 32) (56:45) Refresh Reports when source data changes. In our example we bring 7 million rows into the Excel PowerPivot Data Model. 33) (57:48) Update Calendar table 34) (59:34) Summary and Conclusion. Download Excel File Not: After clicking on link, Use Ctrl + F (Find) and search for “Highline BI 348 Class” or for the file name as seen at the beginning of the video. More about CALCULATE function: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMMohkVk8Ds PowerPivot Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrRPvpgDmw0nGCx21PRFbsJpUIH06LKs-
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Para baixar o arquivo desta aula, localize BI_25.xlsm neste link: http://planilheiros.com.br/download-pastas-de-trabalho/ ============================================= Sabemos que o Self-Service BI do Excel (Power Query, Powerpivot e Power View) está disponível nas versões do Office 2013, 2016 e 365, na versão Professional Plus. Na aula de hoje mostraremos que caso você tenha adquirido outras versões do Office 2016 (Standard OU Home & Business OU Home & Student) também podem utilizar recursos do poderoso suplemento Powerpivot para criar medidas incríveis com funções DAX, além de relacionamento entre tabelas e relatórios de tabela dinâmicas ainda mais conectados. ================== Referência Técnica: SSBI - MVP´s Marco Russo e Alberto Ferrari do SQLBI.COM, são lendas vivas que tive a honra de conhecer pessoalmente, no Pass Summit. Seus livros (citados abaixo) e conteúdo técnico do site citado acima são de enorme valia para o pouco que sei hoje. Já os agradeci pessoalmente e continuo agradecendo, OBRIGADO meus amigos! Marco and Alberto, the MASTERS of DAX, thanks for everything, AGAIN!!! See you soon! ================== Seguem links dos livros técnicos que SEMPRE SÃO FONTE de consulta de quem precisa aprender, inclusive nós, DAX e M, consequentemente, POWER BI! Literatura Recomendada: Power BI Introducing Microsoft Power BI, Marco Russo / Alberto Ferrari - https://goo.gl/AkwpOs Power Pivot and Power BI, Rob Collie / Avichal Singh - https://goo.gl/x9O4u8 DAX The Definitive Guide to DAX, Marco Russo / Alberto Ferrari - https://goo.gl/rW7z2D Learn to Write DAX, Matt Allington - https://goo.gl/6jC5Sb DAX Formulas for PowerPivot, Rob Collie - https://goo.gl/tCs9wg Linguagem M M Is for (Data) Monkey, Ken Plus / Miguel Escobar - https://goo.gl/pULFtH, Power Query for Power BI and Excel, Chris Webb - https://goo.gl/IYSmRU Powerpivot PowerPivot for the Data Analyst, Bill Jelen - https://goo.gl/Fsu2ss PowerPivot Alchemy, Bill Jelen / Rob Collie - https://goo.gl/80eqCv Excel - Fórmulas Matriciais CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER, Mike Girvin (Canal Excelisfun) - https://goo.gl/DM6exq ....==ATENÇÃO==.... Este material não pode ser copiado, reproduzido, distribuído, comercializado, publicado novamente, exposto, enviado pelo correio ou de qualquer outra forma ou por qualquer outro meio, total ou parcialmente, sem a devida citação (casos públicos) e/ou autorização (comércio).
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Follow the course at http://www.sqlbi.com/training/power-pivot-workshop/recorded/ This bundle include all the three courses of Power Pivot Workshop: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. The Beginner course introduces Power Pivot to any user who knows Excel and want to create reports with more complex and large data structures than a single table made by few thousand rows. The Intermediate course improves your skills on Power Pivot for Excel, introducing you to the DAX language and important features such as CALCULATE and Time Intelligence functions. The Advanced course enables you to master Power Pivot for Excel. You will understand DAX in depth, which is required for writing complex calculations. You will also learn how to create complex reports and data models by leveraging advanced features of both Excel and Power Pivot. Power Pivot is available in both Excel 2010 and Excel 2013, and it is the center of Power BI, the Microsoft offer for self-service analytics. You do not need any previous experience in Power Pivot to take this course. The course includes almost 10 hours of video in 73 lectures, divided in these sections: Introduction to Self-Service Business Intelligence Introduction to Power Pivot Loading Data Data Modeling DAX Language Table Functions and CALCULATE Basic Time Intelligence Power BI and SharePoint Creating Reports and KPI Advanced DAX Concepts Advanced DAX Functions DAX as a Query Language DAX Patterns
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Self Service Business Intelligence Tool is an excellent addition to the latest versions of Microsoft Excel. This tool provides a structure and streamlines huge data from sources such as SQL Servers; making data analysis user friendly. The highlights of the workshop are PowerPivot and Power View with additional focus on Power Map and Power Query. Learning Objectives Having attended the workshop, participants will be able to understand and use various features of Self Service BI Tools • use PowerPivot and build data model by importing data from various data source • apply pivot table features on data model • use Power View for producing charts and dashboards for better data visualization. • know the capabilities of Power Map and Power Query • understand and use DAX language. Workshop Contents 1. Introduction 2. Data Models 3. Relationships 4. PowerPivot 5. DAX Expression 6. Data Tables 7. Power View & Power View Charts 8. Charts interactivity to analyze data.
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Download file from “Highline BI 348 Class” section: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm Learn the basic Guidelines for Visualizing Tables & Charts: 1) (00:13) Topics for video 2) (00:41) When to visualize with a Chart or a Table 3) (02:35): Effective Data Visualization makes our analysis easier for others to “see” and understand 4) (04:05) Edward R. Tufte: Data Ink Ration Rule and “No Chart Junk” Rule 5) (04:49) Data Visualization Golden Rule: No Extraneous Elements in Table or Chart 6) (07:25) Tables Vs. Charts: Tables show Exact Values and allow Exact Comparisons, Charts show Relative Comparisons 7) (08:16) Tables are good when the units or magnitudes are different for the numbers 8) (08:47) Table Design Principles 9) (12:30) Example 1 for implementing Table Design Principles for small table with “less than minimal formatting” 10) (12:45) Remove all formatting with “Eraser” button: Home Ribbon Tab, Edit group, Clear Formats. Keyboard: Alt, H, E, F or Alt, E, A, F 11) (13:48) Borders and Fill and Font Color 12) (14:02) Number Formatting for currency when the unit is implied in Field Name (Header) 13) (14:30) How to present Percentages without Percent Number Format: Times 100 and then Paste Special Values. 14) (16:51) Example 2 for implementing Table Design Principles for small table with “minimal formatting” 15) (17:35) Example 2 for implementing Table Design Principles for big table, where we shade every other column 16) (18:09) Custom Number Formatting for showing numbers in millions 17) (21:27) Overview of Charts 18) (23:12) Terms that Excel Charts use for numbers and categories. Numbers = Series. Categories = labels or criteria. 19) (24:12) Knowing when to use and how to create Column and Bar Charts 20) (27:06) Knowing when to use and how to create “Stacked Column or Bar Chart” and “Clustered column or Bar Chart” 21) (29:55) Line Charts 22) (31:00) Custom Number Formatting for showing numbers in thousands 23) (32:53) Look at Select Dialog Box to change range of cells that Chart points to for numbers and category labels. 24) (33:21) X-Y Scatter Charts 25) (35:15) Bubble Charts 26) (37:39) Conditional Formatting to create heat Map 27) (38:42) Using Excel 2016, see a basic Geographical Information System example that involves taking zip code and population data and plotting it on a map using the 3-D Mapping tool 28) (41:00) Summary and Conclusion Download Excel File Not: After clicking on link, Use Ctrl + F (Find) and search for “Highline BI 348 Class” or for the file name as seen at the beginning of the video.
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Learn how Power Pivot simplifies data analysis. Topics include: multiple tables and relationships, editable linked tables, DAX formulas, custom calendars, and measure concepts, with a focus on demonstrating each of these capabilities. Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/mspowerbi More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community @ https://community.powerbi.com/
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Download Excel START File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/15Video/015-MSPTDA-ComprehensiveIntroPowerPivot.xlsx Second Excel Start File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/15Video/015-WhyDAXandNotStandardPivotTable.xlsx Download Zipped Folder with Text Files: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/15Video/015-TextFiles.zip Download Excel FINISHED File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/015-FinishedDashboard-Finished.xlsx Download pdf Notes: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/015-MSPTDA-PowerPivotComprehensiveIntroduction.pdf Assigned Homework: Download Excel File with Instructions for Homework: Start Excel File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/015-MSPTDA-Homework-Start.xlsx Zipped Data Folder: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/015-MSPTDA-HomeworkExcelDataFiles.zip Examples of Finished Homework: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerPivot/015-MSPTDA-Homework-Finished.xlsx This video teaches everything you need to know about Power Pivot, Data Modeling and building DAX Formulas, including all the gotchas that most Introductory videos do not teach you!!! Comprehensive Microsoft Power Tools for Data Analysis Class, BI 348, taught by Mike Girvin, Excel MVP and Highline College Professor. Topics: (00:15) Introduction & Overview of Topics in Two Hour Video 1. (04:36) Standard PivotTable or Data Model PivotTable? 2. (05:51) Excel Power Pivot & Power BI Desktop? 3. (12:31) Power Query to Extract, Transform and Load Data to Data Model – Get data from Text Files, Relational Database and Excel File. 4. (25:47) Build Relationships 5. (27:43) Introduction to DAX Formulas: Measures & Calculated Columns 6. (29:15) DAX Calculated Column using the DAX Functions, RELATED and ROUND 7. (31:20) Row Context: How DAX Calculated Columns are Calculated: Row Context 8. (33:49) We do not want to use Calculated Column results in PivotTable using Implicit Measures 9. (34:05) DAX Measure to add results from Calculated Column, using DAX SUM Function. 10. (35:29) Number Formatting for DAX Measures 11. (36:35) Data Model PivotTable 12. (39:31) Explicit DAX Formulas rather than Implicit DAX Formulas 13. (41:50) Show Implicit Measures 14. (45:00) Filter Context (First Look) How DAX Measures are Calculated 15. (50:14) Drag Columns from Fact Table or Dimension Table? 16. (53:30) Hiding Columns and Tables from Client Tool 17. (55:52) Use Power Query to Refine Data Model 18. (57:54) SUMX Function (Iterator Function). DAX Measure for Revenue using the SUMX Function to simulate Calculated Columns in DAX Measures 19. (01:01:00) Compare and Contrast Calculated Columns & Measures 20. (01:04:26) Why We Need a Date Table. Why we do NOT use the Automatic Grouping Feature for a Data Model PivotTable 21. (01:06:46) Build an Automatic Date Table in Excel Power Pivot. And then build Relationship. 22. (01:11:00) Introduction to Time Intelligence DAX Functions. See TOTALYTD DAX Function 23. (01:13:47) Introduction to CALCULATE Function: Function that can “see” Data Model and can change the Filter Context. (01:18:00) Also see the ALL and DIVIDE DAX Functions. Create formula for “% of Grand Total”. Also learn about (01:21:30) Context Transition and the Hidden CALCULATE on all Measures. 24. (01:27:18) DAX Formula Benefits. 25. (01:28:00) Example of DAX Formula that is easier to author than if we tried to do it with a Standard Pivot Table or Array Formulas 26. (01:31:50) AVERAGEX Function (Iterator Function) to calculate Average Daily Revenue. 27. (01:34:00) Filter Context (Second Look) AVERAGEX Iterator Function 28. (01:36:16) Build Dashboard. Create multiple DAX Formulas. Create Multiple Data Model PivotTables and a Data Model Chart. 29. (01:38:38) Create Measures for Gross Profit and Gross Profit % 30. (01:41:27) Continue making more Data Model PivotTables. 31. (01:41:50) Make Data Model Pivot Chart. 32. (01:45:10) Conditional Formatting for Data Model PivotTable. 33. (01:46:22) DAX Text Formula for title of Dashboard 34. (01:47:50) CUBE Function to Convert Data Model PivotTable to Excel Spreadsheet Formulas. 35. (01:50:05) Adding New Data and Refreshing. 36. (01:50:40) Update Excel Power Pivot Automatic Date (Calendar) Table. Clue is the blank in the Dimension Table Filter. 37. (01:52:20) How to Double Check that a DAX Formula is yielding the correct answer? 38. (01:53:22) DAX Table Functions. See CALCULATETABLE DAX Function. 39. (01:55:07) DAX Studio to visualize DAX Table Functions, and to efficiently create DAX Formulas 40. (02:00:12) Existing Connections to import data from Data Model into an Excel Sheet (02:03:15) Summary
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SharePoint Online Exercise on how to create an Excel chart and add it to an Excel Web Access web part on a SharePoint site: http://kalmstrom.com/Tips/SharePoint-Online-Exercises/Add-Chart-To-Excel-Web-Access.htm
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Mr. and Mrs.Excel are House shopping in Florida. And how does Bill prefer to look over the details? In Microsoft Excel, of course. Today, in Episode #1683, Bill Looks at using his Data Set with a variety of means to get to the Location of the home, as well as a look back to an older Podcast from 2011 [Episode #1362 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l82wlr3kaFo ] that contains VBA Code for Hyperlink Extraction. And... be sure to tune in tomorrow, because once we have our Formulas set up and our Hyperlinks extracted, Bill will be showing us how to get the Hyperlink Data for each of those links! This mini-series is a really cool overview of some of our earlier Podcasts and how to integrate a variety of Formulas and Functions to evaluate Real Estate. ...This blog is the video podcast companion to the book, Learn Excel 2007 through Excel 2010 from MrExcel. Download a new two minute video every workday to learn one of the 512 Excel Mysteries Solved! and 35% More Tips than the previous edition of Bill's book! http://www.mrexcel.com/learn2010/LE2010.html And for more information on Excel 2013, check out "Microsoft 2013 InDepth" -- by Bill Jelen. Excel 2013 In Depth is the beyond-the-basics, beneath-the-surface guide for everyone working with Excel 2013. Excel expert and MVP Bill Jelen provides specific, tested, proven solutions to the problems Excel users run into every day: the types of challenges other books ignore or oversimplify. Jelen thoroughly covers all facets of working with Excel 2013. http://www.amazon.com/Excel-2013-Depth-Bill-Jelen/dp/0789748576
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Presenter - Kevin Goff Date - 11/13/2014 Envisioning Microsoft Business Analytics Full event description http://bavc.sqlpass.org/Home.aspx?EventID=1905 In the beginning, SQL Developers viewed Excel as the enemy – vowing to take every data entry spreadsheet and turn it into a beautiful relational database application with validations. But times have changed, and Excel has come back around, but in a different light. Business users rely on Excel for analytics out of the data we provide them (and even for data where we can’t give them a clean version). Even if developers don’t use Excel themselves, they owe it to themselves and their companies/clients to be aware of the many Excel features for “slicing and dicing” data. In this presentation, I’ll show 13 different features in Excel where knowledge will help developers to speak the same language as their users – everything from PowerPivot, PowerView, PowerQuery and PowerMap features to advanced Excel formulas and Excel “what-if” functionality. And who knows – maybe a few developers will walk away with some ideas for using Excel for some of their personal development projects!
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Download Files: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/218_2016/218Excel2016.htm Buy excelisfun products: https://teespring.com/stores/excelisfun-store In this video learn about the fundamentals of Data Analysis and Business Intelligence in Excel 2016: Sort, Filter, PivotTables, Power Query, Power Pivot Data Model: 1. (00:05) Introduction 2. (01:39) Sort 3. (03:02) Sorting one column 4. (03:23) Sorting multiple columns 5. (09:06) Sorting Mixed Data 6. (10:50) Filter feature 7. (13:22) Filter Drop-down Arrows to see Unique List 8. (15:34) Filter Different Data Types 9. (18:30) Filter to Extract Records 10. (20:54) OR Logical Test (OR Criteria) Discussion 11. (22:52) AND Logical Test (AND Criteria) Discussion 12. (28:23) BETWEEN and NOT Criteria 13. (30:57) PivotTable. Discussion of Crosstabulated tables and PivotTables as “Calculations with Criteria”, both AND Criteria and OR Criteria. 14. (33:05) PivotTable Basics: 1) Drag and Drop Field Names to add criteria to PivotTable, 2) Cross Tabulated Table, 3) Layout Formatting, 4) Number Formatting 15. (37:41) Adding Slicers 16. (40:21) Creating a Custom Style for a PivotTable 17. (44:48) Name PivotTable 18. (46:12) Create PivotTable using “Summarize Values By”, which allows us to change the Aggregate Functions like: SUM, COUNT, AVERAGE. 19. (51:49) Group Dates by Month and Year 20. (54:50) Create PivotTable using “Show Values As” to calculate “% of Column Total”. 21. (56:09) Hide items in Slicer 22. (57:24) Connect Multiple Slicers to Multiple PivotTables. 23. (58:57) Sort in PivotTable. 24. (01:00:11) Create multiple PivotTables with a single click using “Show Report Filter Pages” 25. (01:03:10) Why we need Power Query and Power Pivot Data Model 26. (01:05:21) Introduction to Power Query (Get & Transform) 27. (01:07:04) Power Query Example 1: Clean and Transform Data Table, Create PivotTable Based on Power Query Update, 3) Add new data to table and Refresh to update Query and PivotTable 28. (01:18:25) Power Query to Unpivot a Crosstabulated Table into a Proper Data Set. 29. (01:24:54) Introduction to Power Pivot and the Data Model 30. (01:25:32) Power Query to import multiple Text File tables with over one million records combine them into a single Table. We will use the “From File, From Folder” option. 31. (01:33:20) Load the million records in Power Query into the Power Pivot Data Model. 32. (01:34:42) Add an Excel Table into the Power Pivot Data Model 33. (01:35:30) Update Power Query 34. (01:36:36) Build a relationship between tables in the Power Pivot Data Model. 35. (01:38:08) Build PivotTable from Millions of Records from Two Tables 36. (01:40:34) Add new Text File to Folder and Update PivotTable. 37. (01:41:22) Summary
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Easy checkmarks in Excel from Jack Whipple Rather than use P in Wingdings 2 font, you can use Icon Sets 1 = Green Checkmark: Done 0 = Empty Circle: Still to Do -1 = Yellow Dash: Not required this year, but keep it on the list for next year To start, Home, Conditional Formatting, Icon Sets, 3 Symbols (Uncircled) Home, Conditional Formatting, Manage Rules. Change second symbol to a round circle. 3rd symbol to dash Bonus tip from Debra Dalgleish at Contextures.com (subscribe to her weekly newsletter!) http://www.contextures.com/newsletter/ctxnewsindexlist.html Conditional Formatting in A: Use Formula. If B = 1, then strikethrough Why is Ctrl+5 strikethrough? Because when people used to take inventory with hash marks |||| the fifth would cross out the first four.
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Download Zipped Folder with Text Files & Excel File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerBIDesktop/016-TextFiles.zip Download Power BI Desktop FINISHED File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerBIDesktop/016-MSPTDA-IntroToPowerBIFinished.pbix Download pdf Notes: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerBIDesktop/016and017-MSPTDA-IntoductionPowerBIDesktop.pdf Assigned Homework: Word document with homework problem description : https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerBIDesktop/HomeworkVideo016.docx Zipped Files for homework: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerBIDesktop/CityTextFiles.zip Examples of Finished Homework: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/348/MSPTDA/Content/PowerBIDesktop/016-MSPTDA-HomeworkFinished.pbix This video is a comprehensive lesson in Power BI Desktop: Power Query to import data, DAX Formulas and Relationships to complete Data Model, Creating Dashboards, Publishing and Sharing Reports. Comprehensive Microsoft Power Tools for Data Analysis Class, BI 348, taught by Mike Girvin, Excel MVP and Highline College Professor. Topics: 1. (00:15) Introduction of what we will do in this video. 2. (02:25) Overview of Excel Power Pivot & Power BI Desktop 3. (02:44) Approximate History of Power BI Desktop : 4. (03:15) Different Versions of Power BI (Different Power BI Products) Available from Microsoft 5. (04:56)Download Power BI Desktop (link to Avi’s video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fv-I9xQkcc) 6. (05:43) List of Charts and Visualizations for your Dashboard (Review from prerequisite classes Busn 216 & 218) 7. (06:02) Overriding Steps for our Project 8. (06:27) Open a blank Power BI File 9. (07:04) Introduction to Power BI Window and User Interface 10. (08:32) Power Query to Import Multiple CSV Files and Clean and Transform Data 11. (13:38) Why we do NOT use Number or Date Fields from a Fact Table 12. (15:57) Import Dimension Tables from a Single Excel File 13. (18:09) Merge Snow Flake Dimension Tables into dProduct Table 14. (19:30) Do NOT import to Data Model (Uncheck Enable Load) 15. (20:22) Old Relationship View & New Relationships View with Properties & Better Selection Capability 16. (20:41) Steps to create Date Table using CALENDAR DAX Table Function & Calculated Columns. See many DAX Functions such as CALENDAR, FORMAT and others. 17. (25:58) Sort By Column to get Months to Sort correctly. 18. (27:47) Create Fiscal Periods for Data Table, including Helper Column for Sorting Fiscal Period correctly. 19. (33:12) Hide Columns from Report View 20. (34:00) Create DAX Measures and see why we do not use Implicit Measures. 21. (36:17) SUMX DAX Function 22. (38:15) Row Context (how formula calculates for each row in a table or Iterator Function) 23. (40:12) Filter Context (How Measures Calculate and how Tables are Filtered when Measures Calculate) 24. (41:50) Measure for Average Daily Revenue. Learn about Context Transition. See AVERAGEX Function to iterate at the Daily level. 25. (47:55) Conventions for DAX Formulas with a great tip from Marco Russo and Albetro Ferrari 26. (49:00) More About Filter Context and Context Transition 27. (49:26) Gross Profit Measures 28. (51:48) Refine Data Model in Power Query by Removing Columns in dProduct Table 29. (52:40) Learn about how to Create & Format Visualizations 30. (52:40) Create “Ave Daily GP” Dashboard. 31. (52:40) Create Matrix and add Conditional Formatting 32. (55:29) Create Column Chart and add Conditional Formatting 33. (56:00) Hierarchies 34. (56:52) Drill Down Icons in Power BI 35. (59:09) Create Line Chart 36. (01:00:00) Create Card 37. (01:01:00) Edit Interactions between visualizations 38. (01:02:50) Create “Fiscal Report” Dashboard 39. (01:05:32) Bookmark to save views of a Dashboard 40. (01:06:20) Create “Ave Last 12 Months” Dashboard 41. (01:06:37) DAX Measure for Average Transactional Revenue. See AVERAGEX Function to iterate at the transaction line item level. 42. (01:07:30) Visual of how we change the Filter Context to get dates for a full year backwards. 43. (01:08:25) CALCULATE & DATESINPERIOD & LASTDATE DAX Functions to calculate Measure for Rolling 12 Month Average for Transaction Level Data. 44. (01:12:08) Create “Question” Dashboard. Learn about Ask A Question feature. 45. (01:13:08) Publish Report to powerbi.com 46. (01:14:15) Edit at powerbi.com 47. (01:14:34) Publish to Web with Free Power BI Desktop version and allow public to review Report 48. (01:16:15)Publish and Share with Power BI Pro Account 49. (01:17:44) Source Data Changes and Refresh 50. (01:18:18) Summary
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Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video show how to create a checkbook register using the Table feature. It also show a limited to this implementation and the workaround of using a PivotTable. The PivotTable is also a great way to perform some analysis on the register such as determine the percentage of an expense out of total expense (like rent is what percentage of my total expense?). P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! ---------------------------------- #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
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Creating and managing relationships in the Excel Data Model, as we’ll do in Excel Video 477, adds tremendous power and flexibility to our analysis. In a typical Pivot Table, you can only pivot data from one table. If you wanted to combine data from multiple tables, you have a serious VLOOKUP project ahead of you. In today’s example, there would millions of VLOOKUP formulas. That would slow down your spreadsheet a little! Relationships in the Excel Data Model make that complexity much faster and simpler to manage. This Excel Video is longer than usual so that I can explain what a relationship is. Watch how the Billed Charges table has a DOS field that is also in the Dates table, a Procedure Code field that is also in the wRVU2014 table, and a Provider field that is also in the ProviderCategory table. As you’ll see in the video, the fields don’t have to have the same name to make the relationship work, but having the same name in both tables can make the relationships easier to understand. Once we’ve set everything up, watch how much easier it is to create and manage relationships compared to writing and then copying VLOOKUP formulas. Relationships from the Diagram View are drag and drop. It’s fast and easy. Note that I got to the Diagram View in the bottom right corner of the PowerPivot window. There’s also a Diagram View button to the right on the Home tab that does the same thing. I’ll also show you how to manually create relationships from the Design tab. Now that the tables are related, we have much more information to analyze. We’ll start that analysis in the next Excel Video. I look forward to seeing you then.
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http://www.quepublishing.com/store/office-2013-livelessons-video-training-downloadable-9780789751539 Introduction to Office 2013 Video Tutorials is an excerpt from Office 2013 LiveLessons (Video Training)-- 3 Hours of Video Instruction Office 2013 LiveLessons covers the basics of Microsoft's latest release of the Office productivity suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and more! • Start-to-finish personal training on Office 2013: just watch and learn! • Simple, quick video walkthroughs of the tasks you perform most often! • Great personalized training at a fraction of the cost...for everyone who doesn't have time to read a book! Office 2013 LiveLessons presents three hours of personalized Office 2013 training - quick, bite-size video lessons that teach virtually the basic skills for the applications of Office 2013. You can build your skills one step at a time, by simply watching these polished, upbeat videos. Begin by touring the new features of Word 2013, then dive into Excel 2013 and pick up a few tips like Flash Fill and Pivot Tables. Continue on to PowerPoint, Outlook, access and others at your convenience. These quick, self-contained lessons teach you key skills at your own pace - often in as little as two minutes. Every lesson begins with well-defined learning objectives, and ends with easy-to-understand summaries that help you track your progress. Intro to Office 2013 -- Part I: Word 2013 The New Look and Feel of Word 2013 Exploring Backstage View New Tabs and Tools Using Word to Edit PDF documents New Options For Managing Graphics Working with Online Videos in Documents A Look at Live Layout Understanding Reading Mode Presenting Documents Online Part II: Excel 2013 The New Look and Feel of Excel 2013 Using Flash Fill Understanding Quick Analysis Exploring Recommended Charts New Chart Customization Buttons PivotTable Creation Recommendations Using Multiple Table PivotTables How to Drill Up, Drill Down & Cross Drill PivotTable Data Exploring Stand-Alone PivotCharts A Look at Slicers for Tables Part III: PowerPoint 2013 The New Look and Feel of PowerPoint 2013 Understanding New Interface and Pane View Changes Exploring New Full Screen features A Look at the Enhanced Presenter view Viewing New Commenting Features Formatting Task Panes New Video Export Format New Charting Features Using the Eye Drop Color Tool Working with Smart Guides Part IV: Outlook The New Look and Feel of Outlook 2013 New Ways to Respond to Messages Customizing the Inbox Working With People Cards Using the New Calendar Features Exploring improved Search Features A Look at Peeks Understanding Site Mailboxes Part V: Access 2013 The New Look and Feel of Access 2013 Exploring New Tools for Building Apps New Access Capabilities Part VI: Other Applications The New Look and Feel of Publisher 2013 The New Look and Feel of OneNote 2013 The New Look and Feel of Project 2013 The New Look and Feel of Visio 2013 The New Look and Feel of Lync 2013 The New Look and Feel of InfoPath 2013 Using SkyDrive with Office 2013 Using Office 2013 on Mobile Devices The New Look and Feel of Sharepoint 2013 LiveLessons Video Training series publishes hundreds of hands-on, expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. This professional and personal technology video series features world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, IBM Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include: IT Certification, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, Home and Office Technologies, Business and Management, and more. View all LiveLessons on InformIT at http://www.informit.com/imprint/series_detail.aspx?ser=2185116 Que: http://www.quepublishing.com/imprint/series_detail.aspx?st=87397
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Digital transformation is a necessity rather than a facility, and it's a result of changing the culture of work by making things easier and simpler. Office 365, including SharePoint Online provides digital tools that enable people in organizations to do their best work easily and efficiently, empowering teamwork and collaboration! Join Ahmad Najjar to see how you can leverage Microsoft Flow and PowerApps with powerful capabilities in SharePoint Online to level up your day-to-day work. Learn about creating automated workflows between a variety of Office 365 apps and services to get notifications, collect data, approvals, and more!
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In this video lesson you'll learn file organization so that you'll never lose an Excel workbook. At http://ExcelCentral.com you can view over 850 free Excel video lessons just like this one. All in full HD with vari-speed and human-transcribed subtitles providing the perfect Excel learning environment. You can also track your progress through the course and print a certificate upon completion. Separate videos are provided for Excel 2007, Excel 2010 and Excel 2013. In this video you'll learn how to set the Excel default local file location folder and learn how to increase the number of workbooks displayed in the recent workbooks list. You'll also learn how to pin an Excel 2013 workbook to the top of the Recent Workbooks list so that it is always instantly available. This video comes from the Basic Skills session (Session 1 in our Excel 2013 Essential Skills free video training course). This session includes the following video lessons: ▪ Lesson 1-1: Start Excel and open a new blank workbook (4m 16s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01010-start-excel-and-open-a-new-blank-workbook.html ▪ Lesson 1-2: Check whether your Excel version is up to date (3m 47s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01020-enable-and-apply-automatic-microsoft-office-update.html ▪ Lesson 1-3: Change the Theme in Office (4m 29s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01030-change-the-office-2013-themes-in-excel-2013-tutorial.html ▪ Lesson 1-4: Maximize, minimize, re-size, move and close the Excel window (2m 58s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01040-maximize-minimize-re-size-move-and-close-the-excel-window.html ▪ Lesson 1-5: Download the sample files and open or navigate a workbook (9m 47s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01050-how-to-download-the-excelcentral-dot-com-sample-files.html ▪ Lesson 1-6: Save a workbook to a local file (4m 18s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01060-how-to-save-a-workbook-to-a-local-file-in-excel-2013.html ▪ Lesson 1-7: Understand common file formats (5m 22s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01070-excel-file-extension-xls-xlsx-xlsm-xlsb-xps-pdf.html ▪ Lesson 1-8: Pin a workbook and understand file organization (6m 15s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01080-file-organization-logical-grouping-of-subfolders.html ▪ Lesson 1-9: View, move, add, rename, delete and navigate worksheet tabs (5m 58s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01090-view-move-add-rename-and-delete-excel-worksheet-tabs.html ▪ Lesson 1-10: Use the Versions feature to recover an unsaved Draft file (8m 9s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01100-file-recovery-microsoft-office-autosave-and-autorecover.html ▪ Lesson 1-11: Use the Versions feature to recover an earlier version of a workbook (3m 35s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01110-recover-deleted-file-sections-in-microsoft-office.html ▪ Lesson 1-12: Use the Ribbon (11m 59s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01120-how-to-use-the-microsoft-office-excel-ribbon-.html ▪ Lesson 1-13: Understand Ribbon components (9m 29s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01130-ribbon-components-in-microsoft-office-excel-2013.html ▪ Lesson 1-14: Customize the Quick Access Toolbar and preview the printout (9m 44s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01140-customize-the-quick-access-toolbar-free-video-tutorial.html ▪ Lesson 1-15: Use the Mini Toolbar, Key Tips and keyboard shortcuts (7m 51s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01150-keyboard-shortcuts-and-key-tips-in-excel-2013.html ▪ Lesson 1-16: Understand views (3m 55s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01160-understand-views.html ▪ Lesson 1-17: Hide and Show the Formula Bar and Ribbon (4m 42s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01170-hide-and-show-the-excel-formula-bar-and-ribbon.html ▪ Lesson 1-18: Use the help system (7m 1s) http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/lessons/01180-excel-help-the-worlds-only-excel-help-video-search-engine.html You can watch any of the 850 Excel video lessons, free and without any required registration at http://excelcentral.com/excel2013/essential/tutorials/default.html.
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Download File: http://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/excelisfun.htm See how to: 1. File, Options, Add-ins, Manage: select "Com Add-ins", Click Go, Check Power View, OK 2. Right-click any Ribbon Tab, "Customize the Ribbon", Add Group, Rename Group 3. With Group Selected, from Choose commands from dropdown select "Commands not in the Ribbon" 4. Select "Insert a Power View Report", click Add, Click OK
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Thorogod consultants Howard Yates and Jeff Burke demonstrate some uses of Microsoft technology to analyse an Insurance business, including a Loss Triangles visualisation delivered in Microsoft Excel with a robust SQL Server Analysis Services database platform.
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