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How to use Excel's 3D PowerMaps

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Bob Flisser
Bob Flisser has authored many courses and books about Microsoft, Adobe and Apple products, and has been a computer trainer since the 1980s.
One of Excel’s coolest data visualization features is the ability to plot data on a 3D map. Also known as Power Maps, this is an ad-in that comes with the Windows version of Excel. And the maps aren’t just static! You can show data changing over time and export the animation as a standalone video. Power Maps has a lot of features and options, so this episode is a little longer than normal.
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Often times what you may consider better indicators of various items, others do not.  It is always a good idea to have a way to turn off conditional formatting in whatever program is displaying it.  The most obvious I will use here - MS Excel.
Not too long ago I wrote this article on doing the same thing in MS Access (https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/38421/Making-your-Database-More-User-Friendly.html).  I found that a similar "Welcome" screen makes Excel worksheets "friendlier" a…

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