Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Microsoft Excel : CUBE Functions 3: Formula AutoComplete revisited


Formula Auto-Complete for CUBE function arguments
Formula AutoComplete for CUBE function arguments has some special behaviours relative to the other functions in Excel.   As a brief refresher, Formula AutoComplete is a feature that provides a list of values from which to choose as you write formulas … here is a blog post that describes this in detail.  In most Formula AutoComplete scenarios, Excel knows the list of values (formulas, named ranges, table names) that it should display because those values are part of the Excel application.  For example, when you start typing a function name, Excel can give you a list of all the other functions that start with the same character(s), as is shown in this screenshot.

Microsoft Excel : CUBE Functions 3: Formula AutoComplete revisited


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