|Collation, Localization and Globalization, oh my!|
|Written by Dave Wickert|
|Saturday, 27 March 2010 00:03|
From time to time we get questions about these three topics. Let’s take them one at a time and see how PowerPivot works under the covers. PowerPivot works on all types of collations, languages and regional settings.
(if you like this kind of ‘internationalization stuff’, read on)
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