Microsoft has updated Excel’s Power Query tool - first released in 2010 - with many new features. Power Query now provides users with the ability to access, link, and clean data to prepare it for reporting. In this session you will learn ten things every Power Query user should know to make it easier for you to create powerful reports in less time from any data source. Participate in this session to learn how you can put Power Query to work for you.
What is Power Query. Importing data from various sources, including text, Excel, web sites, and databases. How to clean-up imported data.
Fundamental knowledge of computer operations, including Excel.
Accounting, financial, and business professionals who want to learn how to use Excel’s Power Query feature.
List Excel versions that include Power Query. Create Power queries to Pivot and Unpivot data. Construct Power Queries to split data columns and combine data columns. Build Power Queries to group data by fiscal quarters and years. Identify opportunities to utilize Power Query to support reporting functions.
- Ward Blatch
Non-Member Price $109.00
Member Price $79.00