Changing Exl-Plan > Making Simple Changes > Changing the Name of an Existing Variable
To change the name (but not the underlying context) of a locked variable description in column A, e.g. to alter the description of an expense item in the Assumptions Report No.3 - Overhead Expenses, follow the procedure below.
|1.||Get into the Ohead worksheet.|
|2.||Go to the cell in question; unlock it using *Protection > Unlock Range or "unlock" toolbar button.|
|3.||Make the desired change.|
|4.||Lock the cell again using *Protection > Lock Range or "lock" toolbar button.|
Repeat this procedure if the original description appears in any of the output reports and is not updated automatically using built-in formulae.
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Making Simple Changes
Plugging New Variables into an Existing Variable
Extending the Power of Plugging In
Using Formulae Instead of Values
Changing Report Layouts
Changing Column Widths
Combining Simple Changes
Making Complex Changes