More fun with Excel’s CUBE functions

Posted here for future reference, here is neat little trick with Excel’s CUBE functions that enables building formula-based reports with dynamic members lists. Please refer to the original discussion on the discussion on the MSDN forum for context and additional ideas.

=IF(ROW(A2)-1 <= CUBESETCOUNT(AbsoluteReferenceToSet), CUBERANKEDMEMBER(“Connection”,AbsoluteReferenceToSet, ROW(A2)-1),””)

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