Use this button you already have in Excel to bulk combine and import PDF files to Excel. Forget copy-paste, manually typing values or using 3rd party tools. Get it dynamic too so you just need to drop a new PDF in a folder and the PDF data is immediately imported to Excel.
In Power BI or Power Pivot, you often need to create reports that go from the many side of the relationship to the one side. How can you do that without expanding your data model by adding more columns to your table? There is an easy trick you can use to solve this with a single DAX formula.
Get started with Power BI now by creating your first dashboard. Download the free files, follow along and in 20 minutes you'll have setup your interactive dashboard which you've published to the web!
If you'd like to "see" how the DAX CALCULATE function works, then you need this tutorial. It will show you what's happening behind the scenes: How the CALCULATE function works and delivers results.
These 3 hidden Excel Power Pivot tips will help you to: Copy your data model from one file to another, create a dedicated measures table and convert your pivot table data to formulas.
With this trick you can easily combine and repeat blocks of values together in Excel. You don't need copy pasting or complicated formulas. Just a tiny bit of Power Query. This keeps your solution dynamic too.
Pivoting columns in Excel is a common task when cleaning and organizing data. Sometimes you have a complex scenario where you have multiple values when switching columns. You'll have to combine these multiple values into one cell. I'll show you 3 methods to get this done.
These are 3 easy ways to remove duplicates in your data to create a unique or distinct list of values in Microsoft Excel. It's a very common task for data cleaning and also a very common job interview question... BUT one of the methods returns a different result. Make sure you understand why.
Easily create ONE Pivot Table in Excel from data in multiple sheets. Sometimes you need to "merge" the data and sometimes you have to "append" data from multiple sheets for your Pivot Table. Don't use formulas! Instead use this method.
Learn how to easily export your Outlook emails into Excel. No VBA or Add-ins are necessary. I'll show you how to create a connection to any Outlook folder (or your full inbox) so you can easily import your Outlook data to Excel.