|A few tips on maintainability|
|Written by Rob Collie|
|Tuesday, 31 August 2010 21:29|
Just like normal Excel, PowerPivot requires little or no premeditation – you can just jump right in and build something quite impressive.
But if you want to be a true PowerPivot Pro, and reap the full long-term manageability and robustness benefits, applying a little bit of discipline to your workbook development can go a long way.
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