Ken Puls is an Excel MVP who is the founder of long standing Excel website & forum called ExcelGuru.ca
He is an expert in Power Query and has co-authored the book M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query
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Ken´s new Excel book
- M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query on Amazon
- M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query eBook on the MrExcel store
- M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query Print Edition on the MrExcel store
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Ken´s Excel Favorites
- Keyboard Shortcut: CTRL+ALT+V V Paste Special Values
- Excel Tip: CTRL+ENTER to copy down formulas on multiple selected cells
- Function: EndOfMonth
- Excel Add-In: XLG Favourites
- Online Learning Resource: Microsoft Excel: Basic and Advanced Online Course
- Excel Book: Power Programming with VBA by John Walkenbach
- Xtreme Pivot Table online course
- Download Power Query via Microsft`s website
- Installing Power Query blog tutorial
- How to Unpivot Data with Power Query YouTube Video
- PASS Business Analytics Conference
- ExcelGuru.ca BLOG
- ExcelGuru.ca FORUM
- Power Query Live Workshop Sign up to these hands on, live, online workshops which are conducted several times a year
- M Is for (Data) Monkey: A Guide to the M Language in Excel Power Query by Ken Puls & Miguel Escobar on Amazon, ebook and Print Edition on the MrExcel store
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