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Community Power BI project – rescuing the lost archive – they think it's all over

For details of what this project is all about and how to develop your own version, please look at the Excel archive file article listed below:

Data visualisation – small multiples

With the introduction of many new chart types in Excel 2016 and later versions, Excel now has over a dozen main charts with lots of sub-types available. Good as Excel's charting capabilities might be, using Power BI to present the data from your Excel workbook opens up a whole new set of possibilities

Top ten excel formulas: your questions answered

Answers to questions asked during the recent webinar, The Top 10 Excel Formulas

Excel Community round-up June 2021

David Lyford-Smith 05-07-2021

Here are all the new Excel articles and webinars from the Excel Community in June 2021. Posts marked as public can be accessed by anyone; other articles are accessible to Excel Community & Tech Faculty subscribers and can be accessed by logging in to your ICAEW account.

Hybrid working and cyber security

As more people look to work long term with a blend of home and office locations, the Faculty ran a webinar on the cyber security implications of hybrid working. Chris, a representative from the National Cyber Security Centre and Nick Moore from BPP University highlighted some of the new risks of hybrid working and a wide range of good practices to focus on.

Power Query resources

A look at some of the resources available on Power Queries.

Excel Community round up - May 2021

David Lyford-Smith 09-06-2021

Here are all the new Excel articles and webinars from the Excel Community in May 2021. Posts marked as public can be accessed by anyone; other articles are accessible to Excel Community & Tech Faculty subscribers and can be accessed by logging in to your ICAEW account.

The value of reassessing pandemic decisions on virtual communications

As firms wave farewell to lockdowns, they are reassessing their pandemic decisions on virtual communications technologies – and their proliferation.

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