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PowerPivot videos | A full Power Query case study
Posted by Andy Brown on 16 April 2015
A complete case study of loading data from an Excel workbook of course dates, including splitting columns by delimiter, merging columns and creating custom columns using the Power Query formula language known informally as "M".
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