Reading your #PowerPivot Profiler trace

To help troubleshoot your PowerPivot for Excel workbook, you can click on Settings within the PowerPivot selection in the Office Ribbon which will bring up the Support & Diagnostics tab within the PowerPivot Options & Diagnostics dialog.  Click on the checkbox next to “Client tracing is enabled” and after opening the PowerPivot window, you will have a trace recorded on your desktop.

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