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Beginner's Guide to PowerPivot for Excel

, 16 Jul 2013 CPOL
This tip explains the features of PowerPivot, a Business Intelligence tool provided by Microsoft. This is integrated with Office 2010 and provides capabilities to represent the data in various formats to business users.
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