Formulas Made Easy

I have been playing with PowerPivot recently, and one of the sites I have visited is Rob Collie’s PowerPivotPro blog, One particular post that caught my eye was a guest post by Colin Banfield, on building complex DAX formulas in NotePad++. As Colin noted, the PowerPivot formula editor is severely limited, a better option is required when working with more complex DAX formulae. As Colin suggested, NotePad++ can provide this better option; with code folding, keyword highlighting, and Intellisense. In his post, Colin showed how to extend NotePad++ to provide this functionality for DAX formulas. Being primarily an Excel … Continue reading Formulas Made Easy