Copy Measures Between Power BI Files

Matt Allington shows us how you can copy measures between PBIX files:

Warning!
Ok, here is the warning.  This is not supported by Microsoft.  If you do this and it breaks your model, you will not get support from Microsoft (or me for that matter).  So, back everything up and keep the backups – don’t delete them.  Consider yourself suitably warned 🙂 .

This warning just makes me more likely to do it…

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