Learn Excel 2010 – “DAX Calculate”: Podcast #1529

March 21, 2012 at 12:29 am

Today’s Learn Excel from MrExcel Podcast is Part 2 of the “Percent of Production” Podcast [Episode #1528] from yesterday. So today, in Episode #1529, Bill introduces us to Microsoft PowerPivot combined with Microsoft Excel. Watch how the process becomes more focused toward the objective of finding the percentage of production as Bill demonstrates very practical, real-world uses of the PowerPivot software.

NOTE: Microsoft PowerPivot is available as a Free Download from Microsoft via: http://www.powerpivot.com/

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