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Figure 7-11 Properties used in the Form Controls in the rS1 .Method
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Figure 7-11 provides an overview of the control properties of the form controls used in the rS1 .Method . The sequence selected there is no longer derived from the rather confusing menu provided on the Developer tab (see Figure 7-7) . Instead, it is based on the functional relatedness of the various objects .
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I used the title of this section to show that the information provided here applies equally to both types of controls . A Properties tab is contained in the Format Control dialog box, which you can open from the context menu after you right-click the object, assuming it s a form control . If it s an ActiveX control, it can only be opened in design mode after you right-click the object .
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Figure 7-12 These properties can be defined for all controls .
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Here, you can make the same object positioning settings recommended for all graphics objects in 5, namely Move but don t size with cells or Don t move or size with cells . However, I would never recommend using the first option (Move and size with cells) . Deciding whether an object is to appear in the printed version of a solution will depend, first and foremost, on the aesthetic requirements .
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An argument for: it is useful to print controls together with a chart or table because, in most cases, they are of a similar character to a label or a legend . Argument against: printed controls don't generally look great .
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Therefore, if you're concerned about the visual impact of the printed version, you should deactivate the printing option here in the dialog box shown, and use formulas to separately generate the important texts that are to be printed (for example, hidden behind the controls or elsewhere) . If you can t figure out how this works based on the information in this chapter, the technique is illustrated in several examples later .
Variant 1 (Basic Model)
Note Unfortunately, a minor naming conflict in relation to these properties shows up when you use ActiveX controls . It has existed for years, and while it remains unresolved will continue to cause small but annoying user errors . The term properties is used here to describe what are in fact the complex functional properties of the objects . Later in the chapter, you will clearly see that this also applies (in fact, it applies first and foremost) to ActiveX controls .
Formulas
The formulas used in this model may be a little more sophisticated than what an inexperienced Excel user is used to, in particular in relation to the use of names . However, you ll soon become accustomed to such constructs and even learn to enjoy using them, in particular because they are easy to create and understand, despite their sometimes cumbersome appearances . Note Refer to the section entitled Entering Formulas in 2 and, if necessary, repeat the exercises described there with the example provided in that chapter or with one of your own .
Wherever functions are used in the following text (and in later chapters) that have already been discussed earlier in the book, I ll only explain these briefly if at all (in the current example, the sources of information are 2 and the rS1_Method_2007.pdf file) . In cases like this, you ll find the keyword index at the back of the book useful . As a rule, the first page number listed there for a function name directs you to a theoretical explanation of that function .
In a workbook structured according to the rS1 .Method, calculations essentially follow the same general structure in which worksheets go from right to left or from the back to the front . The descriptions below follow this same sequence . Whenever I mention a range containing several formulas of the same type (for example, K24:V24), I ll only explain the first formula in each case (here, the formula in cell K24) . You can assume that the same explanation applies to the other formulas in the range, the only difference being the row and column references if these are used .
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