Category Archives: VBA

Excel Client Is Not Going Away … Business Reporting Needs It.

Business Reporting For Today I am always thinking a lot about the entire Business Reporting environment.  In fact I have done this constantly now for about 40 years, actually.  While I started as a “Real” person” in a “Real” industry … Continue reading

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Excel Pivot Tables or Power BI Matrix ? – Use Both With XLPublish

  Let’s start by just looking at these two “Tables”: Excel Pivot Table: Power BI Matrix Visualization   The Same? Look pretty much the same, eh? Well to the Viewer they are, but for the person distributing this report there … Continue reading

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Modeloff GTC in New York City – Dec 4-5, 2017

Just a note that I will be in New York on Monday and Tuesday Dec 4 & 5 exhibiting and presenting at: Modeloff GTC New York I will be showing the latest iteration of the XLPublish add-in on exhibit with … Continue reading

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How To Really Publish Excel Data To Power BI … Part Deux (amended again)

It has been brought to my attention that  the formatting I chose for my Blog post on this makes for a difficult to copy and paste the code I listed into an Excel module without significant effort (like fixing doub;t-quotes, … Continue reading

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How To Really Publish Excel Data To Power BI … Part III

OK .. Let’s go … Part III … !! In this post I will try to explain how (and especially how not) to get your Excel data into Power BI Desktop in a way that will allow you to schedule refreshes … Continue reading

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How To Really Publish Excel Data To Power BI … Part Deux (amended)

Just a quick note for those that looked at and perhaps tried out the code in the post of a couple of weeks ago ( https://dmoffat.wordpress.com/2016/09/29/how-to-really-publish-excel-data-to-power-bi-part-deux/)  .   I have made a very small but very important change to the … Continue reading

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How To Really Publish Excel Data To Power BI … Part Deux

A couple of weeks ago I published a length post detailing the techniques I have developed to successfully export Excel data to Power BI.  I have had some interesting responses and I have since evolved my thinking on this, and … Continue reading

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