|Catching Multiple Slicer Selections in a Formula|
|Written by Rob Collie|
|Thursday, 08 September 2011 21:39|
A long time ago I did a post on using slicer selections in Excel formulas. That technique only worked when you select single values on slicers, though - any more than one and the dreaded "(Multiple items)" foils your well-laid plans.
How to handle that multi-select case became a very common question - in email and posted as comments.Read more...
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