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Power Query in Excel

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Viewers will learn a basic data manipulation technique of unpivoting data in Power Query for Excel 2013 and the importance of using good data.

Video Steps

1. Start with data in a poor structure

2. Create a table on your data

3. Unpivot columns

4. Rename columns

5. Apply query and close editor

6. Summarize data in newly created table

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