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    Excel 2016 Keyboard Shortcut to Display the Power Query Editor Window



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    Started transitioning my Power Query development to Excel 2016 and can't seem to find a keyboard shortcut to get to the Power Query Editor window. Please tell me Microsoft didn't omit something as basic as that.
    Ron Coderre
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    Totally disappointing workaround:
    - Add the "Launch Power Query Editor" to the Quick Access Toolbar
    - Press [ALT]....Remember that the new button is the 3rd item...Press [3]
    <big sigh>
    Ron Coderre
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    Yeah, there isn't a shortcut for Power Pivot, either. I believe I was told that it was "great feedback".
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    I wish MS would just retire that grossly overused phrase... We all know it only means: "Um, thanks....we're not going to fix that"
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