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Batch entering Measures in Power Pivot

Posted on 2013-10-31
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Hello,

Is it possible to enter several measures at once into a Power Pivot model. For example, I have exported several measures from a current model, using DAX Studio, and would like to use the formulas in new model. I am trying to avoid copying and pasting each formula. Thank you for the input.
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Hi there,

Not natively. Although it would be easier to do this via the data model and not through the Excel UI (IMHO), and I don't think DAX Studio has a mass-import feature. I've had to do this and always had to resort to copy/paste.

Regards,
Zack Barresse
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