CubeField.AddMemberPropertyField Method (Excel)
Adds a member property field to the display for the cube field.
expression .AddMemberPropertyField(Property, PropertyOrder, PropertyDisplayedIn)
expression A variable that represents a CubeField object.
The unique name of the member property. For balanced hierarchies, a unique name can be created by appending the "quoted" member property name to the unique name of the level with which the member property is associated. For unbalanced hierarchies, a unique name can be created by appending the "quoted" member property name to the unique name of the hierarchy.
Sets the PropertyOrder property value for a CubeField object. The actual position in the collection will be immediately before the PivotTable field that currently has the same PropertyOrder value that is given in the argument. If no field has the given property order value, the range of acceptable values is 1 to the number of member properties already showing for the hierarchy plus one. This argument is one-based. If omitted, the property goes to the end of the list.
Specifies where to display the property. If this argument is omitted, the member property field will be added to the PivotTable only.
In this example, Microsoft Excel adds a member property field titled "Description" to the PivotTable report view. This example assumes that a PivotTable exists on the active worksheet and that "Country", "Area", and "Description" are items in the report.
Sub UseAddMemberPropertyField() Dim pvtTable As PivotTable Set pvtTable = ActiveSheet.PivotTables(1) With pvtTable .ManualUpdate = True .CubeFields("[Country]").LayoutForm = xlOutline .CubeFields("[Country]").AddMemberPropertyField _ Property:="[Country].[Area].[Description]" .ManualUpdate = False End With End Sub