For the full instructions for the Excel linking, see this article. But basically, you need to set up a connection for the data source. In this case, this is an Excel file and sheet.
Then in DataPoint, you can see a preview of all your collected data.
And link a table to a data source like this.
We already had an option in the table properties to exclude columns from the data so that they would not show up in the table.
Via a user we received a request to reorder columns of a table as well with this notation. To reorder columns of a table, go to the DataPoint table properties and check the option Special column selection. Enter a list of indexes or column numbers that you want to use. This notation works the same as a print command where you specify which pages should be printed.
If you want to switch the last name and the first name columns of our table output, then enter a selection notation like 1-2, 4, 3, 5-6. You see that we switched the position of columns 3 and 4 here. Click OK to save the changes.
You will see that the first name column is now placed before the last name column.
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