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s Note Cube files are not cubes in the strictly geometrical sense because they are not limited to three
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dimensions. However, the term cube file in this context is well understood and defined in the discipline of multidimensional data analysis.
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Because a cube file contains various combinations of measures for members, levels, and dimensions summarized in advance, you can retrieve the summarized data very quickly. In fact, because cube files only contain summarized representations of the data records key facts and figures, cube files are smaller in size than the data upon which they are based. Because of their smaller size, cube files can use fewer computing resources to work with. You can use Excel to both create and work with cube files.
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To create and save a cube file in Excel 2003, do the following:
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s Note Excel 2007 does not support creating a cube file using MS Query. This feature has been removed
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from Excel 2007 due to technical issues. You can, however, create cube files based on cubes that exist in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. You can also create cube files from relational databases using Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services.
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1. Start Excel. 2. Click Data Import External Data New Database Query. 3. With the Use the Query Wizard to Create/Edit Queries check box selected, on the Databases tab, click one of the items in the list to create a connection to an existing external data source (such as a dBASE file, an Excel workbook, or an Access database), and then click OK. 4. Follow the steps in the Query Wizard. 5. In the Query Wizard Finish page, select the Create an OLAP Cube from this query option, and click Finish. 6. Complete the steps in the OLAP Cube Wizard to finish creating the cube file. To open and work with a cube file in Excel 2007, do the following: 1. Click Data (Get External Data) From Other Sources From Microsoft Query. 2. With the Use the Query Wizard to Create/Edit Queries check box selected and the OLAP Cubes tab selected, select the name of a cube file in the list (or click <New Data Source>, click OK, follow the steps in the Create New Data Source dialog box, click OK, and then select the name of the new data source), and then click OK. The Import Data dialog box appears.
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3. Click OK. 4. Create a PivotTable using the PivotTable Field List pane. To open a cube file in Excel 2003, do the following: 1. Click File Open. 2. In the Files of Type list, select All Data Sources. 3. Browse to and select a file with the .cub file extension. 4. Click Open. 5. Create a PivotTable using the PivotTable Field List pane.
s Note For more information on creating and working with PivotTables, see 6.
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To create a cube file in Excel 2003, do the following: 1. Start Excel. 2. Click Data Import External Data New Database Query. 3. With the Use the Query Wizard to Create/Edit Queries check box selected and the Databases tab selected, click one of the items in the list to create a connection to an existing external data source (such as a dBASE file, an Excel workbook, or an Access database), and then click OK. 4. Follow the steps in the Query Wizard. 5. In the Query Wizard Finish page, select the Create an OLAP Cube from This Query option, and click Finish. The Welcome to the OLAP Cube Wizard page or the OLAP Cube Wizard Step 1 of 3 page appears. 6. If the Welcome to the OLAP Cube Wizard page is displayed, click Next. 7. Complete the steps in the OLAP Cube Wizard to finish creating the cube file. To open and work with a cube file in Excel 2007, do the following: 1. Click Data (Get External Data) from Other Sources From Microsoft Query. 2. With the Use the Query Wizard to Create/Edit Queries check box selected and the OLAP Cubes tab selected, select the name of a cube file in the list (or click <New Data Source>, click OK, follow the steps in the Create New Data Source dialog box, click OK, and then click the name of the new data source), and then click OK. The Import Data dialog box appears.
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