You can do this by adding an extra expression to your chart that shows the current selections on the first row. The syntax for the Expression will be something like:
=if(RowNo() = 1, if(isnull(GetCurrentSelections()), 'No Selections Made', GetCurrentSelections()), null())
You will want to give this expression a sensible name and ensure you untick the Bar, Line and other display types. This means it will only appear in the table view or Excel export.
Sometimes, by adding an extra expression you get an unwanted legend on the expressions that are already there - so you may need to un-tick the Expressions as Legend tick box for other dimensions.
Note that there are a number of parameters to the GetCurrentSelections function - so you can experiment with these to get the output you want.
If you need more control over your Excel output you will want a tool like NPrinting, but the extra expression gives a quick and easy way of sending out the selections.
Hope that helps.
Now i am using the below function .
=if(RowNo() = 1, if(isnull(getfieldselections([Territory combo])), 'No Selections Made', getfieldselections([Territory combo])), null())
it is giving only my state value which i want but i want that value to present in all rows.
It is giving as
Sale Salesman State
300 Mnc Eac
But i want it as
Sale Salesman Sate
100 Abc Eac
200 XYZ Eac
300 Mnc Eac
400 Lkj Eac
I'm not sure I quite get what you are trying to achieve here. If you add State as a dimension you will get a row for each State and the values inside it. This is typically how you would see what values related to. If you could have many states for each row then you will need to bring this in as an expression. The expression would need to read like this:
=concat(DISTINCT State, ',')
This will give a comma separated list of States that each salesman has made sales in.
Hope that gives you what you are after, please give additional information on what you need to see if not.