Assume that you use Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Master Data Services (MDS) Add-in for Excel. When you load medium-sized to large-sized entities and models to an Excel worksheet, the performance is poor compared to the performance of the MDS web UI.
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How to obtain this updateYou can download the Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Master Data Services Add-in for Microsoft Excel from the following Microsoft Download Center website:
Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Master Data Services Add-in for Microsoft ExcelSelect the appropriate download, depending on whether you currently have a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Excel 2013 or 2007 installed:
For the 32-bit version of Excel, download ENU\x86\MasterDataServicesExcelAddin.msi.
For the 64-bit version of Excel, download ENU\x64\MasterDataServicesExcelAddin.msi.
To determine which version of Excel is installed, start Excel, and then create a new workbook. To see the version information, click File, click the Account tab, and then click About Excel.
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