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    Default Power query Module vba Codes

    Hello
    I used Power query Connection to build the pivot table.
    The problem I have is that when I move the file to another computer running Excel 2010 or 2013, the pivot table doesn't work properly.
    My question is, can I add Power query module vba code to the file to work properly on any computer?

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    Default Re: Power query Module vba Codes

    ?

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    Default Re: Power query Module vba Codes

    any help?

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    Default Re: Power query Module vba Codes

    No way?

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    Default Re: Power query Module vba Codes

    Yeah. No, its not going to happen that way. It is unlikely you have the Power Query for those versions as the Professional Plus version of excel is likely what you don't have to even install the add-in.
    Excel 2013, 2016 with PowerBI
    Knowing that it can be done is half the battle!

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