vb.net barcode scanner source code Figure 5-17 Measure Settings dialog for a measure in Microsoft Office

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Figure 5-17 Measure Settings dialog for a measure
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Figure 5-18 Measure Settings dialog for a column
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The Measure Settings dialog for a column lets you change the aggregation function for that column clicking Summarize By does the same The Measure Settings dialog for a column lets you change the name for that column For example, if you add the Sales Amount column from the Order Details table to the Values drop-zone, it s called Sum of Sales Amount, and you may want to change this back to Sales Amount The Summarize By option in the context menu is only enabled for columns This leads to a fly-out menu (shown in Figure 5-19), which presents another way to change the aggregation on a column The aggregation choices are Sum, Count, Min, Max, and Average The only one that makes sense for a non-numeric column is Count All of these aggregations are also available for measures in that case, the aggregation would be defined in the DAX formula for the measure Using a DAX formula for a measure provides much more flexibility than using Summarize By for a numeric column
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Figure 5-19 Summarize By fly-out menu for a column
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Adding slicers to a pivot table is best done in the PowerPivot Field list by placing columns in either Slicers Vertical or Slicers Horizontal You can also add slicers from the Insert ribbon, but the slicer does not get added to the PowerPivot Field List Yet another alternative is to add a slicer from the PivotTable Tools/Options ribbon Slicers too have their own context menu This menu (shown in Figure 5-20) has a large number of options only the most interesting from a PowerPivot perspective are discussed here There are three options for sorting the buttons in a slicer and one option for removing a filter You can also control the sort order of the buttons by choosing Slicer Settings A filter can be removed more simply by clicking the filter button at the top right of the slicer Choosing Size and Properties opens the Size and Properties dialog The Position and Layout page has a useful setting, called Number of Columns This page of the dialog is shown in Figure 5-21 Selecting Slicer Settings in the context menu opens the Slicer Settings dialog This dialog is shown in Figure 5-22 In the Slicer Settings dialog you can control how the items in the slicer are sorted In addition, you can decide whether to have a header or not, and its caption There are further options that apply to items with no data by default, these appear as buttons without a caption in the slicer You may want these to be hidden in your slicer
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Figure 5-20 Slicer context menu
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Figure 5-21 Position and Layout page of the Size and Properties dialog
Figure 5-22 Slicer Settings dialog
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The pivot table itself has context menus too Lots of them! Whole books have been written, and will be written, about using and customizing pivot tables In a single chapter, not every single avenue can be followed Instead, the emphasis is on those options that are most useful and interesting from a PowerPivot perspective For the purposes of this section, a pivot table is defined as the areas corresponding to the Report Filter, Column Labels, Row Labels, and Values drop-zones of the PowerPivot Field List As pivot table areas, they all have context menus and/or drop-down menus In addition, there are ribbons that both duplicate and extend some of the options available through the menus To avoid undue repetition, not every alternative is explored the emphasis here is on ease of implementation The following sections detail some of the drop-down menu options, context menu options, and ribbon button functionality for PowerPivot pivot tables
Report Filter Drop-Down Menu
When you add a column to the Report Filter drop-zone in the PowerPivot Field List, a filter will appear immediately above the main body of the pivot table You can add more than one Report Filter, if you wish Each filter consists of two cells The first cell shows the column name, while the second cell shows the current filter on that column By default, the filter is All The second cell contains a small button that leads to a dropdown menu The sole purpose of this menu is to enable you to set a filter context for the data in the pivot table In many ways, a Report Filter is similar to a slicer The dropdown menu for a Report Filter can have one of two possible formats The appearance is governed by the Select Multiple Items check box at the bottom of the menu The two possible formats are shown in Figures 5-23 and 5-24
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