There are a few ways to use CUBEVALUE in Excel. The first way is to use it as a function in a formula. For example, the following formula returns the value of the cube of the value in cell A1:
The second way to use CUBEVALUE is to use it as an array formula. An array formula is entered by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. For example, the following array formula returns the value of the cube of the values in cells A1:A2:
The third way to use CUBEVALUE is to use it as a VBA function. To use CUBEVALUE as a VBA function, you need to enter the following line of code:
The syntax of CUBEVALUE in Excel is as follows:
CUBEVALUE(reference, dimension, index)
reference is the cell or range that contains the values to be cubed dimension is the number of dimensions in the reference index is the position of the value within the dimension
Assuming you have a list of data in column A, and you want to find the cube value of the data in column B, you can use the following formula:
This will return the cube value for the data in cells B2 through B10.
There are a few occasions when you should not use CUBEVALUE in Excel. One instance is when you are trying to calculate the value of a cell that is not adjacent to the cells you are using in the function. Additionally, you should not use CUBEVALUE when the cells you are using in the function are not in the same row or column.
There are a few similar formulae to CUBEVALUE in Excel. The first is CUBEKPIMEMBER, which returns a value from a given key in a given position in a cube. The second is CUBEMEMBER, which returns a value from a given position in a cube. The third is CUBERANK, which returns the rank of a value in a cube. The fourth is CUBESET, which sets a value in a cube. The fifth is CUBESUM, which returns the sum of a set of values in a cube. Finally, the sixth is CUBEVALUE, which returns the value at a given position in a cube.