Step

Action

Details

1

Launch Excel 2010

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2

On the Data tab, in the Get External Data group, click From Other Sources, and then click From Data Connection Wizard.

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3

Select Microsoft SQL Server, and then click Next.

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4

Enter the name of the server (by default, it is the network name of the computer) and a user account that has a valid login and database permissions.

Server Name: MPNTPRJ10G

Select Use Windows Authentication radio button

Click Next.

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5

Select a database ProjectServer_PS_Reporting, and then highlight the table you want to connect to (MPN_DepartmentKPIValues in our example)

You could also choose to write a sql statement that draws data from multiple tables or views and use that instead. 

Click Next.

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6

Enter a name for the file, and then click Finish.

Use the given name

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2018-03-15T14:25:23-04:00May 8th, 2012|