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Yesterday during the Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference we announced some exciting new Business Intelligence (BI) features available for Excel. Specifically, we announced the expansion of the BI offerings available as part of Power BI--a cloud-based BI solution that enables our customers to easily gain insights from their data, working within Excel to analyze and visualize the data in a self-service way.
Power BI for Office 365 now includes:
Head on over to the Office 365 Technology Blog, Office News Blog, and Power BI site to learn more.
Hello to all,
I am having a problem which i am unable to resolve. I have an excel sheet which contains images and text (Basically a quiz paper). I have to Read the content of the excel and put it in the database.
Silly question. These features look great, I am wondering if these features are found in the cloud version as well as the desktop app. I am stuck with XP at work but would love to use these new features, but I would have to use the cloud version. I know that these features along with Access are not found in the Mac desktop version, which is puzzling to me but accepted by the community. If these features are not available in the cloud apps how far away are we (time) from them being available in the cloud?
Thank you in advance,
Loading the text would be drag and drop into Access, but the pictures may not find their way into the DB. Set up an attachment field in the table and manually bring in each picture.
Feeling a bit stupid, but i cant figure out how to re-use the power queries i create, i can only use them in the workbook i create them.
There has to be a way to re-use the queries i configure ?