In the earlier days (Excel 2010), we had to download a separate add-on to be able to use PowerPivot for Excel. Since Excel 2013, there is no longer need to achieve this separate download .
Just follow these steps:
1) After choosing a blank workbook, go to the File menu
3) Once the Excel Options are displayed, choose Add-ins
6) As you can see, Excel added a new ribbon for PowerPivot
About the Course
- Are you an Excel power user and working as a business analyst, financial controller, …
- Are you looking for a tool to create your own reports without help from IT …
- Do you want to combine data from different sources …
- Do you want to add your own calculations and analysis to existing reports
… well then PowerPivot is the tool you need!
- Introduction to Self Service BI and PowerPivot
- Importing Data
- Enriching Data
- Self-Service Analysis
- Self-Service Reporting
- Writing Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 – 09:00 – 17:00
Kohera office, Veldkant 31, Kontich, Belgium
385 EUR excl. VAT
Please register here.
The next SQL Server Days will be held on November 14th & 15th, 2011.
SQL Server Days is the largest SQL Server event in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Early-bird registration is now open until October 1st, 2011.
There are some great speakers, such as Kevin Kline, Chris Webb, Denny Cherry, Jennifer Stirrup,…
For full details on the speakers, the agenda and the registration, go to http://www.sqlserverdays.be/
Hope to see you there.
Today is yet another milestone for the Microsoft Business Intelligence group, because I’m very proud to announce that the group now contains 35.000+ members.
Unbelievable, never thought that the group would ever have twice as much members than there are citizens in my town.
Become a member, just follow this.
Thanks for the support.
From today onwards, I’ll discuss the new SQL Server Denali features that are related to Business Intelligence.
First I’ll start with the “traditional tools” :
- Integration Services
- Analysis Services
- Reporting Services
than I’ll move on with the more “new tools” :
- Data Quality Services
- Project Crescent
The Kimball Group, has released another great book.
This book is interesting to me, because I am a big fan of the Kimball readings and I am a big fan of Microsoft SQL Server.
I ordered the book, but didn’t receive it yet.
I can’t wait to start reading it
I am very proud to announce that the Microsoft Business Intelligence Group (@Linkedin) has reached more than 20.000 members.
I want to thank everyone for their support.