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There does not seem to be any good option for autotext column headers using fiscal periods. In my scenario, February ends on March 2. Using the autotext period description (@fiscalperiodname) returns 3/2/2014 11:59:59 PM. Period number (@fiscalperiod) returns the numeric value for the fiscal period so in this example 2. Calendar period autotext will not work because it returns March. I am looking for Feb or February. Unless there is a work around I am missing this is a problem for any company with periods that end after the last day of the calendar month. I have received feedback from Microsoft that this is not addressed in any upcoming updates to MR. Does anyone else have this issue or more importantly a work around?
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