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BusinessObjects 6.5.3 Slice and Dice Panel is Missing

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I'm hoping somebody can help me with this. Where is the Slice and Dice Panel Located in BusinessObjects 6.5.3.

I can't locate it and I have loaded every Toolbar 6.5.3 allows me to in the Toolbar list (under the View Menu).

It's driving me crazy that I can't locate it.

I have found that the Slice and Dice Panel is misisng and could be related to the fact that the Analyis Menu option is missing from the screen. Is there a way to turn that back on or to get that selection item back?

What is the registry key? Where is the setting? Little Help?
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The problem is, people don't seem to know how to get that 'Analysis Menu' back. I'm still stuck.
a_parks - Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:49 am
Post subject: Re: BOBJ 6.5.3 Missing Analysis Drop-Down and Slice-And-Dice
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 Slice & Dice icon is normally located to the right of the View Data Cube and to the left of the 'Drill' magnifying glass icon under the 'Standard' toolbar.

It's also available under the 'Analysis' menu button, so if that's not available to you, it's probably the reason.
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Problem with this is it doesn't tell me how to get the Analysis Drop down menu in to my product.
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