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Add Excel Sheet/Table to the PowerPivot Data Model

Download the Excel file from the link provided in previous post.

Import data using copy and paste from Excel sheet or other source for PowerPivot Data Model.

Open the Workbook:

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Select sheet one by one and Add to Data model of PowerPivot.

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Make sure all Table/Sheet is added to Data Model of PowerPivot.

I have create a sample Excel File for you which you can down load from the Shared Path using link: http://1drv.ms/1GpZFd4

This file have couple of sheets having data related to Olympics which I have compiled from MS Office support site.

You can find the link on the Menu of my blogsite too to access the shared files.

I will be using this file for couple of walkthrough in my upcoming posts.

Data Model, Development Tips, Excel, PowerPivot

Import data using copy and paste from Excel sheet or other source for PowerPivot Data Model.

You can copy & Paste data from an Excel workbook, or import data from a table on a web page, or any other source from which we can copy and paste into Excel. In the following steps, you add the data from a table.

  • Insert a new Excel worksheet, and give it the name desired any meaningful name that describes the data.
  • Select and copy the data, including the table headers.
  • In Excel, place your cursor in cell A1 of the above created worksheet and paste the data.
  • Format the data as a table. You press Ctrl + T to format the data as a table, or from HOME > Format as Table. Since the data has headers, select My table has headers in the Create Table window that appears.

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  • Name the table. In TABLE TOOLS > DESIGN > Properties locate the Table Name field, and type desired name.

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  • Format your data using Excel std. formatting tool.
  • Save the workbook.This file have couple of sheets having data related to Olympics which I have compiled from MS Office support site.
  • You can find the link on the Menu of my blogsite too to access the shared files.
  • I have create a sample Excel File for you which you can down load from the Shared Path using link: http://1drv.ms/1GpZFd4

I will be using this file for couple of walkthrough in my upcoming posts.