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EXCEL VBA - PIVOT TABLES VIDEOS▼
- Excel VBA Part 51.1 - Introduction to Pivot Tables in VBA
- Excel VBA Part 51.2 - Pivot Tables using an Access Database
- Excel VBA Part 51.3 - Pivot Tables using a SQL Server Database
- Excel VBA Part 51.4 - Pivot Tables and Consolidation Ranges
- Excel VBA Part 51.5 - PowerPivot Data Models
- Excel VBA Part 51.6 - Pivot Charts
- Excel VBA Part 51.7 - Pivot Table Slicers
- Excel VBA Part 51.8 - Pivot Table Date Fields and Timelines
- How do I group a pivot table by a numeric field using VBA?
Excel VBA - pivot tables videos | Excel VBA Part 51.5 - PowerPivot Data Models
Posted by Andrew Gould on 15 December 2016
The PowerPivot Data Model allows you to combine data from a variety of sources into one single object in a workbook - you can then use this model to create pivot tables using the joined data. This video explains how to create and edit the PowerPivot data model using dat from Excel worksheets, Access databases and SQL Server databases. You'll learn how to create a data model, how to add and remove tables and how to import or create relationships between the different tables in the model. The final part of the video explains how to create a single data model which combines data from Excel, Access and SQL Server
This video has the following accompanying files:
|Movies.accdb||Access database (new format)|
|Movies.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.
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