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    Charley Kyd commented  · 

    Although DAX Studio does this...

    ...It's a multi-step manual process. But PQ could allow the process to be part of a query...sort of a Table.Buffer on steroids.

    ...I suspect that most companies allow only a small list of add-ins to be installed.

    ...It requires the use of Power Pivot, which also should have this feature.

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    0 comments  ·  Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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  12. 1,224 votes
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    Thanks for all of the votes – the team has definitely taken notice of the activity around this issue. We moved to SDI as a result of customer requests, but it looks like we’ve got work to do to really nail the use cases people care about. From a read over the comments, I see a number of cases that we will want to investigate further as we think through MDI vs SDI. We’ll get someone from the team to take a deeper look, and we may reach out to some of you for more clarification as we go. Thanks again for all the voting and passion here!

    John, Excel

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    Charley Kyd commented  · 

    Negative date-time values currently have no meaning. It would be easy to use those values to cover ALL dates prior to 1900. With the right approach, astronomers, geologists, paleontologists, historians, genealogists, and so on, could use dates prior to 1900. To do so, however, we’d lose the ability to work with the time of day prior to 1900.

    The scaling would take some thought to define. The Gregorian dates could go back, perhaps, to Monday, Jan 1, 4713 B.C...the beginning of the Julian calendar. Further back, there’d be a span where only years were tracked. And then centuries, and so on.

    This adjusted scaling makes sense, because, for example, the K-T event happened about 65.5 million years ago. But no one will ever be able to say (or want to) that it happened on Tuesday, May 16, 65487 BC at 2:49 am, GMT.

    And also, along the way, there's be a function that could convert between Gregorian and Julian dates.

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    Charley Kyd commented  · 

    I agree! If we want to return text from a Table, MATCHIFS would provide an easy way to do it.

    I know, there are workarounds. But they shouldn't be needed. Instead, we need MATCHIFS.

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  16. 3 votes
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    Thanks for the feedback. This is an interesting idea. We’ll consider this in our future planning. Please continue to vote on this feature idea.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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  17. 67 votes
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    This is great feedback. We are looking into the details of this. Please continue to vote on feature ideas which will increase their likelihood of getting in the product.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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    Charley Kyd commented  · 

    This should be a setting that affects the upper and lower bounds of the chart. That way, as the data changes, the bounds adjust automatically to apply the zoom setting.

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    Interesting idea. Thanks for the feedback. We’ll consider this in our future planning. Please continue to vote on this feature idea.

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    Scott [MSFT]

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    Charley Kyd commented  · 

    And also, enhance that feature so we can save the image easily in VBA!!!

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    Charley Kyd commented  · 

    The easiest way to implement this would be to introduce a BLANK() worksheet function that would cause Excel to treat the cell as blank in charts.

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