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    Question Calculating Net working days using power query.



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    Before I start - this is the reference I used on Ken's Blog - Calculate Hours Worked - Ref Blog 10th June 2015.

    Thanks to everyone for sharing your knowledge!! I have bought M is for Data Monkey and Matt Allingtons Power Pivot book to try to teach myself how to use these great add-ins.

    I have modified the Code that Bill Szysz allowed us to look at in the blog above.

    It works okay but it duplicates all the results - I can get rid of the duplications in PQ using remove duplicates - but that offends me - I want to get the answer right the first time. (Watching too much Mike Holmes!).

    Is there a debug mode?? I am sure it is an issue with the joining method but I can't find anything to help online or in the books.

    I will attach the file that Bill created and I modified.

    Thanks for any assistance you can offer.

    Suzy
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    Remove Duplicates works for me.
    See this book:
    Power Query for Power BI and Excel
    by Chris Webb

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    Thanks Herbds,

    I will look for the book.

    I am rather confused though - back in the 90s when I programmed in SQL getting duplicate records meant that I had stuffed up the join - so I assumed I had done something wrong in the calculations. It's just that if there is duplication that may mean there are other unintended consequences....

    Suzy

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    Here is a version that does not use functions,
    does not run into duplicates and
    requires no knowledge of M.
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/b8d6fvwmb6my9tb/01_05_16b.xlsx


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    Thanks very very much Herbds,

    I can use this to get my report done in the interim.

    I still want to debug the function so if anyone else has any ideas - if I figure it out I will post as well.

    Thanks again

    Suzy

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