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excel 2013 cubevalue between two dates

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Hi,

I have two CUBESET dates in my spreadsheet.  One gives 'This Week' which is in cell C1 and the other gives 'Start of Year' which is in cell C3.

I am wanting to pull the 'No Voids' cubevalues between these two dates as an average over the year (average ytd basically).

This is my syntax to retrieve a basic figure based on the one date in cell C1.

=CUBEVALUE("Voids","[Measures].[No Voids]","[Void Entity].[Entity Desc].[Void Properties]","[Wdh Prop Type].[Head Name].[Residential]",CUBESET("Voids",{"[WDH New Areas].[NPT Code].[South East NPT]","[WDH New Areas].[NPT Code].[Wakefield Rural (C) NPT]"}),$C$1)

Can anyone help with how I amend this to return the average between two dates?

Many thanks in advance.
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