As in BEx Analyzer, there is important information that you would like to represent in a Workbook. If you have worked with BEx Analyzer, this screenshot should be familiar.
In Analysis for Office you can now insert this information easily via the Ribbon Menu.
If the standard information is not enough, you can use the formula =SAPGetInfoLabel to add additional fields to your workbook. It is interesting in the context of Multiproviders. More information how to use the formula, can you find in the SAP Analysis for Office UserGuide.
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Martin (Friday, 13 November 2020 17:55)
Thanks for your post. Just wanted to mention that I noticed in the latest versions of AfO (e.g. version 2.8.000.92058) the InfoFields icon was moved from ribbon menu Analysis to Analysis Design one. Not sure since which version this was done.
Tobias (Tuesday, 17 November 2020 10:49)
the article is from 2015 with an older version of Analysis Office. But you are right, nowadays it is in two different tabs.