I have mentioned and described in a previous post of mine about Microsoft Power BI. Well now, we have two new commands for us available to use so we can Export or Publish our Workbooks to Microsoft Power BI. Let’s just refresh our memory about Microsoft Power BI.
What is it? It is a data visualization and business analytics platform that is suitable for business. It is a collection of online services and features that enable us to find and visualize data, share discoveries, and collaborate in intuitive new ways.
What does it do? Monitors organizational data that is important.
We have tools, so we can quickly Analyze, Transform and Visualize data, and also
Share Reports. Just keep on reading to find out about the new commands available, or follow the above link to find out what Microsoft Power BI actually does.
We must select the File tab to move to Backstage View as shown in the image below. Once in Backstage View, from the drop-down menu at the left of the left we select the category Publish as shown below.
We can also Use Another Account, by selecting the appropriate link
We can also Select Where We Would Like To Publish To In Power BI. If we want to change the location of the folder, we select the drop-down menu in order to change it.
Upload Your Workbook To Power BI
Interact With Your Excel Workbook Just As You Would In Excel Online
Pin Selections From Your Workbook To Power BI Dashboards
Share Your Workbook Or Selected Elements Through Power BI
All we need to do is to press the Upload button at the left of this area as shown in the image below.
Export Table Data And Data Model Into A Power BI Dataset
Create Power BI Reports And Dashboards From Your Dataset
All we need to do is to press the Export button at the left of this area as shown in the image below.
The steps that we follow have been described in a previous post of mine that I have mentioned above. We must first log in to our account and then follow the steps.
Below you can check out the video describing the procedure of how to Export Upload a Workbook in Microsoft Power BI.
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