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Posted by Andy Brown on 24 October 2020
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The new Excel LET function lets you store your workings
The new Excel LET function allows you to store intermediate calculations in a formula:
|Without LET ...||... and with LET|
The rest of this blog is divided into two parts:
|Using LET||Why you might use the LET function and its pros and cons|
|Getting LET||Updating your version of Excel if you can't use LET|
If you know how to write DAX formulae using variables you can probably stop reading now (the new Excel LET function allows you to declare variables in exactly the same way as for DAX, even though the syntax is a bit different).