Changing Report Layouts

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Where special report layouts must be used for presentation purposes or to conform with in-house styles, the simplest solution is to insert additional worksheets containing these new reports laid out exactly as desired and incorporating simple cell reference formulae (e.g. +A10) to link back into cells within existing Exl-Plan reports. This approach completely avoids the need to make any structural changes to Exl-Plan's existing output reports. The Summary and Textual Summary Report are examples of this type of easily constructed report.

Using this approach, it is very simple to construct reports in foreign languages which utilize the same data as the underlying model.

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See Also:

Changing Exl-Plan

Making Simple Changes

Changing the Name of an Existing Variable

Plugging New Variables into an Existing Variable

Extending the Power of Plugging In

Using Formulae Instead of Values

Changing Column Widths

Combining Simple Changes

Making Complex Changes

Extending Exl-Plan

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