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REPORT DESIGN IN MANAGEMENT REPORTER

2012 FOR MICROSOFT DYNAMICS ERP

MANAGEMENT REPORTER 2012

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May 2013
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Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview

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Objectives.1-1
Introduction..1-1
Report Designer..1-2
Web Viewer...1-3
Welcome1-4
Building Blocks...1-5
Summary..1-10
Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned.1-11

Chapter 2: Summary Income Statement

2-1

Objectives.2-1
Introduction..2-1
Formatting....2-2
Totals and Calculations2-2
Summary Income Statement...2-4
Summary.2-11
Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned...2-12

Chapter 3: Working with Reporting Trees

3-1

Objectives.3-1
Introduction..3-1
Tow Level Dimension Based Reporting Trees...3-2
Departmental Income Statement3-5

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Multi-Level Reporting Trees......3-10
Summary.3-13
Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned...3-14

Chapter 4: Using Dimensions

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Objectives.4-1
Introduction..4-1
Dimension Sets...4-1
Dimension Filters4-2
Dimension Value Sets...4-3
Side-by-side Departmental Income Statement...4-4

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Summary...4-6
Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned.....4-7

Chapter 5: Relational Reporting

5-1

Objectives.5-1
Introduction..5-1
Define a BASEROW Column Definition....5-2
Define a CBR Row...5-3
Multiple CBR Rows.....5-4
Summary5-9
Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned....5-11

Chapter 6: Variance Reporting

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Objectives.6-1
Introduction..6-1
Over/(Under) Variances.6-2
Favorable/(Unfavorable) Variances6-4
Summary6-7
Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned......6-8

Chapter 7: Report Distribution and Viewing

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Objectives.7-1
Introduction..7-1
Report Distribution.7-1
Web Viewer...7-3
Summary...7-6

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Quick Interaction: Lessons Learned.....7-7