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Apparently this feature was available in previous versions but has now been removed.

What are some alternatives?

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    You could try using Excel. This will let you open a pivot table over an OLAP data source. It will inherit subtotals from calculations in the cube. – ConcernedOfTunbridgeWells Jan 15 '13 at 13:21
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That's right. The cube browser control within SSDT is completely different to the one that used to exist in BIDS2008 or lower. This had me going at first too. The best way i found to get around this was to launch into excel, which can be done from the cube browser tab.

I believe it even creates a temporary connection file for you too so you don't have to create that yourself. Then all you need to do is create a pivot table to display the data how you want.

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