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Online tutorials on building reports in Analysis Services 2005?

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Hi folks,
I'm using Excel 2007 CUBE Functions to build a data model. However, a number of reports I'm trying to analyse are too big for the mighty Excel 12!

So, I'd like to build it in Analysis Services so I can see my errors and fix it in Excel 12.

Though I can write SQL, I'd like to use the Analysis Services query designer as it's similar to pivot tables in Excel 2007.

Do you know of any tutorials I can use? I'm not talking about a quick Google search - I'd rather have tutorials that you've actually used and experienced, so I can hit the ground running!
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Hi Vikram,
Already had a look at those too - after a Google search. Can't trun through the tutorials as I'm in an office.
Thanks for the effort, but are there any others you've actually used?
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I think , they are pretty good.
My collegues are using them only for reference .
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try these too..it conatins solutuion to mutiple set of problems faced while building
reports
http://www.ssas-info.com/analysis-services-articles/54-reporting-services
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VikramMullick:
Thanks for the references. FInally worked it out by muddling through the MDX Query Writer yesterday!
But your links are very useful... CHEERS!
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