In this tutorial, use it to create a pivot table from multiple files Power Pivot for Excel 2010 is a powerful data analysis add-in that will let you work with millions of records within the familiar Excel environment.
To download the free add-in, go to the Power Pivot page on the Microsoft website.
The Power Query solution has been stored as a connection only and its awaiting your command to load its data to your Excel workbook.
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The workbook comes with the files that you can see in the previous image inside a folder called PQExample which is basically the folder where we’re going to point our Power Query solution to work on.
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The file that contains the actual Power Query solution is called Ultimate and you should be able to see it immediately after you unzip the downloaded file.
Once you open the Ultimate file, you’ll notice that it has no data.
The program also offers efficient ways to combine and summarize data from multiple files, also known as worksheets.