Introduction to Power Pivot for Excel

Introduction to Power Pivot for Excel

chandoo.org A brief over view of Power Pivot for Excel & why it is the most awesome way to analyze data.
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9 responses to “Introduction to Power Pivot for Excel”

  1. Kent Lau Chee Yong says:

    Microsoft is brilliant. Combine part of Access and Excel finally..but of course, thank you for that clear explanation on PowerPivot.
    Without reading through all the material in Microsoft tutorial site.

  2. Sudhakar Ramakrishnan says:

    Thanks Chandoo for this awesome video. Really excited to use this feature.

  3. Dana Kapla says:

    Thank you for this video Chandoo.

  4. kgangavaram says:

    Excel Guru.. Nice video .. Do you have VBA sample macro connecting two tables with calculated fields .Please do spread to us . I used to write various formula in vba to calcuate new fields and then construct the pivot . Please do send me macro

  5. ExcelStrategy says:

    Hi Chandoo I really appreciate your job with your site videos and courses, Im an Excel enthusiast from many years now and i know the “latest version” problem ! In my country many companies are still using Excel 2003 version and some of them even the earlier versions like Excel 2000 Excel XP and Excel 97 :S

  6. Chandoo D says:

    @ExcelStrategy.. I agree. Since a majority of our visitors are still on Excel 2007 or 2010, I choose this version to demonstrate the capabilities. In our course we will be using a mix of Excel 2010 & 2013. I plan to include few modules on Excel 2013 alone so that our students can learn to harness all new features.

  7. ExcelBI says:

    Please take a look also to Vizubi

  8. ExcelBI says:

    Nice Video!

  9. ExcelStrategy says:

    Hello there, first time I comment here, I think it’s better to talk about the powerpivot inside Excel 2013 that hase changed a lot compared to the Excel 2010 version.

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