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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Reporting - Second Edition by Christopher J Liley, David Duncan

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Creating dashboards from Analysis Cubes data – a few thoughts

As we've seen from our previous examples, one of the great benefits of Analysis Cubes is that users can quickly and easily create their own reports from scratch. With the ad-hoc capabilities provided via PivotTable functionality, users can quickly move the building blocks of their report around in a manner that suits them best. If for some reason a report is lost, it's usually not too difficult to recreate that report from scratch.

Most users, however, will identify several key reports and/or metrics of information that they want to refer to on a regular basis. Rather than create these reports from scratch every time they open a new Excel workbook, these users will begin saving these ...

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