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As you can see, this is connected to the style SAPBEXchaText, which is assigned the specific formatting associated with the header Division. If the company method for controlling the formatting is central management, the modification of the format would be done directly from here. Let s suppose a decision has been made to change the format of this specific style. Realize that these styles are linked with many of the cells within a query.
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Because there are numerous header positions on a query, any changes will affect all the cells. The next illustration shows the dialog box that appears after the option Modify was chosen on the previous screen.
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This should look very familiar to many of us it s basically an Excel dialog box for altering the formatting of the Excel spreadsheet, but in this case we are modifying a template that controls many cells. We have made some minor changes in terms of the bold italic and increase size to identify that something has been changed on this template. Click OK to leave the dialog box. The result is shown in the following illustration. Notice that all the header information has been adjusted to reflect the different font and format modified with the stylesheet indicator. Therefore, both Division and Distribution Channel have been changed for the header of the columns as well as the headers for the dropdown boxes. This can come in handy for larger corporations to help with their management of colors for marketing activities and material that will be distributed either via hard copy or the Web.
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A ton of material has been incorporated into this chapter, and having a complete example is a good approach to reviewing all the functionality. This basic example is a good step-by-step process of setting up a basic workbook with many of the designs from the list of 11 design items discussed in the preceding sections. This example will demonstrate the use of several design items and the use of some Excel functionality to improve the look and feel of the workbook. For this example, the BEx Analyzer has been started and the logon process is complete. Because we are looking at starting from scratch, we ll use the Excel function for a new worksheet to get us to square one. Then we use the Design mode to set up the Excel worksheet for us to use in the process of creating a report. The following illustration shows the initial blank screen with one design item the Analysis Grid.
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Using the Analysis Grid Properties dialog box, we assign the Data Provider on the General tab. The following two illustrations show the steps to incorporate this into the workbook.
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We ll leave all the properties at their default settings, and nothing is required in the Clipping and Associated Charts tabs. Click OK several times to get back to the initial worksheet. We have now set the Analysis Grid with a Data Provider (query) for the workbook. Next, we ll add to this workbook a Dropdown design item. The following illustration shows the addition of the Dropdown item to the workbook in cell B8.
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Notice that everything is a combination of the BEx Analyzer functionality and the Excel functions. You need to understand the positioning of the objects in the Excel spreadsheet because much of the processing will be tied to the specific cells. We will run into this more
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in the next section of the chapter. The following illustration shows the setup of the properties for the Dropdown item.
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We leave everything else alone except for the Dimension tab, where the assignment of the Distribution Channel (characteristic in the Data Provider) is included in the properties. The default text and the text will be displayed. Click OK several times will get us back to the original worksheet. Because we need a bit more space for the design item in the workbook, we ll use the Excel functionality to just drag the object to what size it needs to be in the workbook. We could use the Range option in the design item s Properties dialog box, but we have more control over the sizing if we use the Excel functionality. The next illustration shows the results of the change.
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