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Power Query: Rapidly Renaming Columns

3 January 2018

Welcome to our Power Query blog. This week I look at renaming many columns in one step.


Monday Morning Mulling: December Challenge

1 January 2018

December’s challenge was another deceptively simple question. All you needed to do was to create an in-cell list that provided only non-blank choices from two columns of data. Given our challenge specifically stated that VBA or “anything that appears on the...


Happy New Year 2018

1 January 2018

Wherever you are in the world, however you may be celebrating, all of us here at SumProduct would like to extend the season’s greetings to you as we now see in 2018 – we hope you stick to any resolutions made!


Power Pivot Principles: DAX Requirements – Fully Qualified Names

31 December 2017

Welcome back to our Power Pivot blog. Today, we go over when to use fully qualified names.


Final Friday Fix: December Challenge

29 December 2017

On the final Friday of each month, we’re going to set Excel for you to puzzle over so that you can get your “Excel fix”. Challenge your office colleagues to see who can solve the puzzle quickest. There’s no prizes at this stage, you’re playing for bragging rights...


Power Query: Customising Custom Built Functions

27 December 2017

Welcome to our Power Query blog. This week I look at how to customise function descriptions by using M function meta-data.


A to Z of Excel Functions: the COUNTBLANK Function

25 December 2017

This function counts empty cells in a specified range of cells most of the time. It does lie occasionally.


Enjoy the Festive Season

25 December 2017

Enjoy the Festive Season and warm wishes for the holidays


VBA Blog: Header-ache

22 December 2017

The sixth in a series about using ListObjects to manipulate Tables within an Excel workbook in VBA featuring the Headers Range.


Power Query: Powerless Pivot

20 December 2017

Power Query and Power Pivot work well together, however Power Query is not exclusive to Power Pivot though, as it may be used with ordinary PivotTables. There is a good reason for doing this too...


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