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Power Query Excel 2010

Quickly and effortlessly enhance the self-service Business Intelligence experience in Excel by simplifying data discovery and access

Microsoft Power Query for Excel (formerly known as Microsoft 'Data Explorer' Preview for Excel) is a software solution that was designed to provide computer users with a seamless experience for discovering data and transforming it for BI professionals, Information Workers and other users as well.

Microsoft Power Query for Excel is capable of identifying the data you care about from the sources you work with such as relational databases, Excel, text and XML files, OData feeds, web pages or Hadoop HDFS. More so, using this app you'll be able to discover various relevant data bits by making use of the search capabilities within Excel.

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Get to know “Get and Transform Data”. To use Power Query, just click the Data tab in Excel 2016 or newer, called “Get and Transform Data”. If you’re using Excel 2010/2013, download the Microsoft Power Query add-in to get started. Use Excel's Get & Transform (Power Query) experience to create an external data connection instead of importing data into your workbook. This way, you can always have the latest data available. Excel, Excel, Excel, Excel ZXL120, ZXL140, ZXL150, ZXL160, ZXL190, ZXL900. Learn how to install Power Query with this step-by-step tutorial for Excel 2010 or 2013. If you have Excel 2016 then Power Query is already built-in and loc. Power Query is a free add-in that can be downloaded here: Download the Power Query add-in. Although the add-in is no longer officially supported, you can still use it. Once enabled, Power Query functionality is available from the Power Querytab on the Excel ribbon. Excel for Microsoft 365 for Mac.

Furthermore, combining data from multiple, disparate data sources and shaping it in order to prepare the data for further analysis in tools like Excel and PowerPivot is also possible when using this software solution.

It comes in two flavors, 32- and 64-bit, so you can choose whatever version suits your needs the best by downloading the package you want and deploying it on the target computer. The installation process is highly uncomplicated, as you're only required to follow the on-screen instructions provided by the wizard. The rest of the process is carried out without any additional assistance on your side.

Power Query Excel 2010

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New in Microsoft Power Query for Excel 1.5.3296.2082:
  • Improved error in the case where a query is trying to connect to a non-existent file
  • Implemented more robust protection against out of memory issues when loading data into the workbook
  • Improved behavior for disabling Online Search in restricted markets
  • Other non-user facing bugs were fixed too
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We noticed it first on April 20, 2021... the Get & Transform Data group's 'From Table/Range' changed to 'From Sheet'. Hover over the tooltip, and you will discover that they now support arrays!
This is great news. Power Query is the best thing to happen to Excel. Dynamic Arrays are another great improvement in Excel. The situation that they could not work together before this was unfortunate. Kudos to the Power Query team for providing the functionality!

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Not that this is currently released to the 'Beta' channel (Formerly known as Insiders Fast). It will take some time to roll out to all Microsoft 365 customers.

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Learn Excel from MrExcel Podcast episode 2400. Power query finally supports dynamic arrays.
Welcome back to MrExcel netcast. I am Bill Jelen. Something exciting today.
Look on the Data tab in Insiders Fast.
The old “From Table or Range” has now been named “From Sheet”.
Create a new query from the selected table, named range, or array in this workbook.
It used to be arrays wouldn't work with power query.
Great news, alright – so they've now added support for. Arrays. I have an array here using the SEQUENCE function.
And then just sending it into the ROMAN function to make it mildly interesting.
I choose any cell in that array. Data, From Sheet.
In other words, it's coming from something in the sheet as opposed to an external workbook.
I have no problem with that name. That's a good name - From Sheet.
And it will recognize the extent of the array. How is this working behind the scenes?
Over here in the Applied Steps, click on Source and it is pulling it in from a Name called from Array underscore 1.
They created that on the fly for us. Pretty cool.
Close and Load. And we get our data.
Let's go back to the original and add more columns.
By 3. Something like that right?
And then come to the query results. Right-click and refresh.
And it picks up the larger array. Now how's it doing this?
Back here on the formulas tab, if we go into the name manager, it's actually secretly creating an array called from Array_1 that points to D6 hash.
So it's just creating a named range on the fly. Pretty cool.
Finally, dynamic arrays and power query - two of the great things in Excel that would never work together are now working together.
Of course, this is officially the first feature that makes this book obsolete. But that's OK. I'm glad for progress.
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