Topic: Excel

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PowerPivot Compatibility across versions

There are several versions of PowerPivot available and starting with Excel 2013 there are also several versions of Excel. It is useful to look at the compatibility between the different versions of Excel and PowerPivot available now. As a general rule  Read more

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Rules for DAX Code Formatting

With the modern editors that have automatic code formatting features, each one has its own code formatting style. Usually there are a few “common rules” for code formatting depending on the language, but there was nothing for DAX  Read more

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Usage of dates argument in a row context

Several Time Intelligence functions in DAX use a <dates> argument, which has a special behavior because it can be expressed by using both a column reference syntax, a table expression or a Boolean expression.  Read more

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Running Excel 2013 in a separate instance #excel #powerpivot

The new Excel 2013 preview is publicly available and it introduces many new features , like an integrated version of PowerPivot and Power View. These two add-ins are automatically installed but not enabled by default. You just have to go in Excel Options  Read more

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Automate PowerPivot Data Refresh in Excel

In many workshops and sessions about PowerPivot the most frequently asked question has always been: how can I automate the PowerPivot Data Refresh in Excel? I talked about that a few weeks ago.  Read more

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Workaround for lack of PowerPivot API in Excel

A few days ago a post about VSTO-based PowerPivot Workbook in the PowerPivot Team Blog shown a workaround for the lack of PowerPivot API in Excel. In reality, I don’t like this workaround at all, because it relies on displaying message boxes to the end  Read more