Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows

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This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students:

"Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more."

"A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel."

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Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed.

The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML.

We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export.

Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML.

Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well.

The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output.

In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed.

Expected Outcomes

  1. You will learn the basics of XML and the role played by DTDs and schema documents in XML validation. You will learn how to import and export XML data into and out of Microsoft Excel. You will learn how to use XML mapping to target specific parts of the XML documents you are importing. You will learn how to use the WEBSERVICE function to retrieve data from an online web service. You will learn how to use Excel's FILTERXML function to extract data from both online and local XML data sources. You will how to construct XPath statements to target specific locations within an XML document. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  2. You will learn how to import and export XML data into and out of Microsoft Excel. You will learn how to use XML mapping to target specific parts of the XML documents you are importing. You will learn how to use the WEBSERVICE function to retrieve data from an online web service. You will learn how to use Excel's FILTERXML function to extract data from both online and local XML data sources. You will how to construct XPath statements to target specific locations within an XML document. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  3. You will learn how to use XML mapping to target specific parts of the XML documents you are importing. You will learn how to use the WEBSERVICE function to retrieve data from an online web service. You will learn how to use Excel's FILTERXML function to extract data from both online and local XML data sources. You will how to construct XPath statements to target specific locations within an XML document. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  4. You will learn how to use the WEBSERVICE function to retrieve data from an online web service. You will learn how to use Excel's FILTERXML function to extract data from both online and local XML data sources. You will how to construct XPath statements to target specific locations within an XML document. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  5. You will learn how to use Excel's FILTERXML function to extract data from both online and local XML data sources. You will how to construct XPath statements to target specific locations within an XML document. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  6. You will how to construct XPath statements to target specific locations within an XML document. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  7. You will learn how to use XSLT stylesheets to reshape XML documents into an Excel-friendly structure. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. 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  8. You will learn the basic syntax used in XSLT stylesheets and how XPath is used within XSLT. Requirements Microsoft Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007. Description This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students: "Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more." "A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel." ... Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed. The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML. We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export. Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML. Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well. The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output. In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently. Who this course is for: This course is designed for experienced Excel users who are used to working with formulas and functions. No knowledge of XML, XPath or XSLT is assumed. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 36 lectures • 4h 10m total length Expand all sections 1. Getting Started 2 lectures • 3min Welcome to Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows Preview 02:48 2. Download the course files here 00:08 2. XML Essentials 12 lectures • 1hr 25min 1. What is XML Preview 04:11 2. Structure of an XML document Preview 05:06 3. Elements Preview 06:05 4. Attributes Preview 08:38 5. Entity references 07:42 6. CDATA sections 06:41 7. Comments 03:04 8. Processing instructions 08:16 9. XML Validation 02:36 10. Well-formed XML 12:46 11. Overview of DTDs 09:56 12. Overview of XML schema documents 09:47 3. Excel and XML 7 lectures • 49min 1. Importing XML into Excel Preview 07:28 2. Creating an XML map 07:44 3. Importing XML data incrementally 05:19 4. Validating XML data 04:07 5. Multilevel import multiple tables 07:45 6. Multilevel import single table 09:55 7. Exporting XML data 06:14 4. WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and XPath 7 lectures • 52min 1. Using the WEBSERVICE function 10:05 2. XPath overview Preview 04:46 3. Using FILTERXML and ENCODEURL 12:18 4. Using FILTERXML with local XML files 08:49 5. Using predicates 04:56 6. The new CONCAT function 08:14 7. Descendant-or-self axis 03:06 5. Using XSLT stylesheets 8 lectures • 1hr 2min 1. XSLT and Microsoft Excel Preview 11:28 2. Creating new elements 12:03 3. Using xsl-copy-of 07:36 4. Using xsl-text and xsl-value-of 05:40 5. Creating new attributes 09:22 6. Using xsl-if 04:49 7. Using xsl:choose 04:20 8. Using attribute value templates 06:39 Instructor Grant Gamble Developer, trainer and author 4.5 Instructor Rating 4,678 Reviews 58,706 Students 14 Courses Grant Gamble is an experienced IT trainer, developer, consultant and author able to deliver a wide range of training courses. He has a vast experience of delivering public and on-site IT training content at different skill levels, to groups of varying sizes. His UK company G Com Solutions Limited provide IT training courses and consultancy to a wide range of UK and international clients. His speciality is running week-long, intensive training workshops on topics like Microsoft Power BI, VBA, web development and Adobe Creative Suite automation. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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