Combining Simple Changes

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The changes described above can be readily combined to make very substantial alterations to the supplied model and to turn it into an extremely comprehensive planning tool. For example to:

1.Change the names of some variables. See Changing the Name of an Existing Variable.
2.Add additional sales or cost schedules below assumption reports. See Plugging New Variables into an Existing Variable.
3.Add detailed schedules within new worksheets or in other workbooks. See Extending the Power of Plugging In.
4."Hard-wire" assumptions to each other using simple formulae. See Using Formulae Instead of Values.
5.Create specialized reports based on Exl-Plan's preformatted reports and the additional material.  See Changing Report Layouts.

The end result could be an Exl-Plan model incorporating reports in, say, German, and driven by detailed sales projections for multiple countries/currencies and with extensive schedules for materials/purchases and manpower.

You may wish to progress to a more powerful version of Exl-Plan for the purpose of generating more detailed monthly and quarterly multi-year projections and to gain access to a range of powerful planning tools for "what-ifs" sensitivity analyses, profitability improvement etc. For detailed descriptions, visit <http://www.planware.org/exldesc.htm> and for trial copy downloads go to <http://www.planware.org/exldown.htm>.

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 Report Layouts

Changing Column Widths

Making Complex Changes

Extending Exl-Plan



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