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This time, the example uses the Excel CUBE() functions If these are new to you, here are the step-by-step instructions:
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Add a new pivot table to an existing worksheet and position it at $A$1 If you add it to a new worksheet it will be positioned at cell $B$3 Should you do the latter, please adjust all cell references in these step-by-step instructions you will need to move every reference across by one column and down by two rows Click in the empty pivot table to activate the PowerPivot Field List Add Year to the Slicers Horizontal drop-zone, and Year again to the Report Filter drop-zone Verify the Report Filter position as A9:B9 if not, change the reference to $B$9 that appears in step 6 Click in cell C9 and enter the following formula:
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=CUBEMEMBER("PowerPivot Data","[Measures][Sales]","Sales")
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This assumes you have a measure called Sales that sums the Sales Amount (=SUM('Order Details'[Sales Amount])) The rst parameter is the connection to PowerPivot you can check this name by going through PivotTable Tools/Options | Data | Change Data Source | Connection Properties This opens the Connection Properties dialog The connection name is at the top of this dialog The full connection string is on the De nition tab The second parameter of our formula is the measure to show, and the third parameter is a caption
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Click in cell A10 Enter the following formula:
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=CUBESET("PowerPivot Data","[Products][Category][All]Children", "Category")
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This is using MDX to create the children of the All member of Category (for example, Beverages) The third parameter is a caption Further parameters, not shown here, allow you to specify a sort order and a measure to sort on For a full discussion of the CUBE() functions, you are referred to Excel Help To understand the CUBE() functions, it helps to have a little knowledge of MDX
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Click in cell A11 and enter the following formula:
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=IFERROR(CUBERANKEDMEMBER("PowerPivot Data",$A$10,ROW(A1)),"")
This formula is going to retrieve the rst product category, Beverages, from the set de ned in cell A10 ROW(A1) returns 1, but you can t use 1, as this cell is going to be copied down and we want it to return the second category, then the third, and so on Hard-coded numerals are, well, hard-coded The IFERROR() function is to suppress nonexistent categories, if we copy too far down
Copy cell A11 from A12 to about A20 You should see a total of eight categories (including Beverages) You may want to widen column A, to display the complete names of the categories Click in cell B11 and enter this formula:
=IFERROR(CUBEVALUE("PowerPivot Data",$A11,$B$9,$C$9),"")
This function is referencing Beverages (A11) and the report lter on Year (B9) and the Sales measure (C9) In other words, it s returning the Sales for Beverages for the current lter on Year You may have to widen the column for the number to display in non-scienti c format
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Copy B11 from B12 to about B20 Hopefully, you can see the sales for each category Experiment with the Year filter My result is shown in Figure 12-32 Instead of a Report Filter on Year, you may prefer to use the Year slicer It s also probably overkill to have Year in both a Report Filter and a slicer, as here If you do reference the slicer, the formula for B11 might look like this:
=IFERROR(CUBEVALUE("PowerPivot Data",$A11,Slicer_Year,$C$9),"")
Please note the third parameter of CUBEVALUE() now references the slicer To verify the name of a slicer, open the Slicer Settings dialog and check the Name to use in formulas entry The slicer name is not enclosed in quotes In addition, this example formula assumes that Excel column and row references are still valid If you want to use a slicer, it s probably a good idea to add the slicer before
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