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Power Query and a Key Word search

By Wyn Hopkins Power Query and a Key Word search (Episode 1) This demonstration came about due to a real life scenario where I needed to categorise a transaction listing (like a bank statement for example) so that I could generate a summary report of categories of spend. All sorts of tips can [...]

Power Query and a file selector Macro

by Wyn Hopkins Power Query and a file selector Macro   If you have an Excel file containing Power Query and need to send it to colleagues, read on. If they need to be able to change where the source data for the Query is being pulled from then read on. If you [...]

Revealing Power BI’s Hidden Gems

by Wyn Hopkins Did you know about these hidden Power BI features? It seems unfortunate that for such an awesome product there are a few user interface features that are very difficult to discover. I have trained hundreds and hundreds of users in Power BI, and I get to experience people hitting these issues over [...]

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HYPERLINK and XLOOKUP to jump to a result

by Wyn Hopkins Use HYPERLINK and XLOOKUP to jump to a result   XLOOKUP will return a range so we can use it inside other formulas such as HYPERLINK to be able to jump to our result. Want to learn more? Jump on to one of our courses We've trained over 1,000 people from all [...]

How to use Icon Sets in Power BI and Excel

By Wyn Hopkins If you find the default Icon settings confusing in both Excel and Power BI, you're not alone! In July 2019 conditional formatting Icon Sets were added to Power BI and it caused us to revisit how they work in Excel. In Excel you would highlight a range of numbers and choose Conditional [...]

Dynamically consolidate multiple ranges

By Yury Tokarev Dynamically consolidate multiple ranges when loading Excel files from Folder in Power Query We've come across a task where we need to consolidate a client's budget data from Excel files, each representing a division, where any of the files may have multiple similarly structured tabs with sub-divisional data. In our [...]

Excel Summit hits Perth

Excel Summit South is hitting Perth The biggest Excel event ever to hit Perth is coming on the 8th & 9th of August 2019. If you love Excel or want to make the most of the technology your organisation is already paying for then you cannot miss out on this. Multiple MVP's and Microsoft staff [...]

We’re going to SQLSaturday 2019

  SQLSaturday training event Access Analytic is once again happy to be involved in SQLSaturday. This event brings together Microsoft Data Platform professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Analytics. To find out more visit SQLSaturday here.  

Power Pivot basics

Power Pivot basics plus a Power Query technique for handling awkward data Something for everyone in this video, showing how to take awkward source data, transform it using Power Query and produce an interactive variance report in Power Pivot. The pre-built template we used is available for free from our website along other cool downloads [...]

5 Ways to use Power Query more effectively

Power Query is an amazing tool for cleaning and transforming your data to make it ready for analysis in Power BI or Excel. Here are 5 useful hints to help you use Power Query more effectively: Hint #1 – Use the Formula Bar The Formula Bar helps you quickly understand which step you have previously [...]