PowerPivot Books

Teo Lachev just published a review of Marco Russo’s and Alberto Ferrari’s book PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning. Instead of a full-blown review, I will add a visual one:


Yes, I ordered three copies from Amazon. Ok, they are not all mine, but you can see what I think about this book…

2 thoughts on “PowerPivot Books”

    1. Jason, the book is really good. Starts slowly with 5 simple chapters and then dives into context, filters, Calculate, etc in chapter 6. Have a look at Teo Lachev’s review where he explains the content of the more in-depth parts of the book.


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