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  • Microsoft Excel
    Report Builders will learn everything they need to create highly effective PivotTable and PivotChart reports using data sources that are created using Excel. Topics covered include an overview of the PowerPivot add-in, creating effective and professional reports, creating data driven narratives, effectively applying different chart styles, using data hierarchies, creating simple custom data calculations, effectively applying new visualization techniques using Power View, creating geospatial Power Map tours, using data transformations to prepare for data modeling, and creating simple custom data calculations. Students will also learn how to build 3D geospatial reports using Power Map as well as how to transform and query data sources using Power Query.​
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  • Microsoft Excel
    This course is designed for Power BI for Excel Designers who are ready to create custom data models for themselves and for other Power BI Designers.
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  • Microsoft Excel
    This course is built for Power BI for Excel Designers that will be responsible for taking basic PowerPivot data models turning them into power business intelligence solutions.
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  • Microsoft PowerApps
    Students will be taught how to design, test and publish new apps that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.
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  • Microsoft Dynamics
    The Microsoft Power Platform empowers you to optimize your operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing business best practices. As a PowerApps Developer, you become a professional software developer who extends the Power Platform to solve complex business problems. In this course, you will build on your existing knowledge of the Power Platform, Microsoft stack, and standard development tools and practices. You will learn how to estimate effort and scope; validate requirements and design technical architecture; create data models; determine implementation tools; and document their technical design. Broad topics will include implementing user security and accessibility; managing environments; extending the Common Data Service; creating and using web resources; and working with plug-ins.
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