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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
2 Palo Basics
2.1 How Palo works
2.2 Palo is cell-related
2.3 Palo is an in-memory database
2.4 Palo is multi-dimensional
2.5 Working with hierarchies
3 First steps with Palo for Excel
3.1 Menu Palo
3.2 Backup of databases
3.3 Creating a Palo worksheet
3.4 Paste View
3.4.1 Dialog window "Paste Elements"
3.4.2 Selection buttons for element selection
3.4.3 Further options in the dialog-window "Paste View"
3.5 Paste Elements
3.6 Paste Data Function
3.7 Paste Subset
3.7.1 Top Ten Products
3.7.2 ABC Analysis
3.8 Save as Snapshot
3.9 Palo Online
4 Developing data structures
4.1 Modeller
4.2 Allowed and not allowed characters in Palo
4.3 Creating dimensions
4.4 Creating elements
4.5 Display of hierarchies
4.6 Copying and inserting elements
5.1.1 Entering in cells
5.1.2 Entering data into consolidated cells (Splashing)
5.1.3 Undo data input
5.2 Copying cell contents (copy & like)
5.3 Deleting data
6 Managing databases
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Creating new databases
6.3 Deleting databases
7 Further Palo for Excel skills
8 Index
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First Steps With Palo for Excel

First Steps With Palo for Excel

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Published by: David Acuña on Nov 17, 2010
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