Finishing The Event Scheduler

Reza Rad has part 3 of his event date and time scheduler up:

This table has three columns: Date, Time, and Duration. I separated the date and time for simplicity of this example. Date to be formatted as YYYYMMDD, and Time as HHMM, and duration as an integer value illustrating hours.

Configuration above means the event starts at 9th of May 2016, at 1:00 pm New Zealand time (this is what my local time is), with duration of 3 hours. I named this table as InputData.

This wraps up his series on Power Query for non-BI developers.

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