Matt Allington shows an easy way to enumerate the DAX measures in a Power Pivot workbook in Excel:
I have written articles before about how you can extract measures from a data model using DAX Studio and also using Power Pivot Utilities. These are both excellent tools in their own right and I encourage you to read up on those previous articles to learn more about these tools. Today however I am going to share another way you can extract a list of measures from an Excel Power Pivot Workbook without needing to install either of these 2 (excellent) software products. I often get called in to help people with their workbooks and sometimes they don’t have the right software installed for me to extract the list of measures (ie DAX Studio or PPU). This article explains how to extract the measures quickly without installing anything.
Matt uses a simple SQL statement to pull measure data into an Excel table, making it easy to retain the set of measures. There are some built-in documentation possibilities with this.