Report, plan, and analyze SAP data in Excel, step-by-step!

SAP Analysis for Microsoft Office—Practical Guide

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650 pages, , Print edition hardcover
ISBN 978-1-4932-2004-5
650 pages,
E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
ISBN 978-1-4932-2005-2
650 pages, , Print edition hardcover
E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
ISBN 978-1-4932-2006-9
Managing your SAP data in Microsoft Excel? This is your guide to using SAP Analysis for Microsoft Office! Get started with the basics, from creating your first workbook to navigating through reports. Then, follow step-by-step instructions to process data, analyze data, develop planning applications, customize reports, and work with tools such as formulas and macros. Including details on troubleshooting, UI customization, and more, this book is your all-in-one resource!
  • Use SAP Analysis for Microsoft Office for reporting and planning
  • Work with prompts, organize data, apply calculations, and format reports
  • Conduct advanced data analysis with formulas and macros
About the Book About the E-book 650 pages, hardcover, 1.6 inch. Reference book format 7 x 10 in. Printed black and white on 60# offset paper from sustainable sources. Casebound for durability. Reader-friendly serif font (TheAntiquaB 9.5 Pt.). One-column layout. E-book in full color. PDF (32 MB), EPUB (23 MB), and MOBI (61 MB) file for download, DRM-free with personalized digital watermark. Copy and paste, bookmarks, and print-out permitted. Table of contents, in-text references, and index fully linked. Including online book edition in dedicated reader application.

In this book, you’ll learn about:

  1. Reporting and Data Analysis

    Learn to work with reports in SAP Analysis for Microsoft Office: define parameters with prompts, adjust formatting and styles, and extend reports with local data. Filter, sort, and display your data using hierarchies, and refine data analysis with simple and advanced calculations.

  2. Planning

    Use your SAP data to develop planning workbooks. Plan your data both manually and with functions and sequences. Understand key settings for cell locking, the planning model, and more.

  3. Advanced Features

    Take your skills to the next level. Write formulas to use in your reports, and create and use macros in your workbooks, including steps to use API methods, callbacks, and design rules.

Highlights include:

  • Workbook creation
  • Report navigation
  • Prompts
  • Data processing, organization, and analysis
  • Planning applications
  • Report customization and formatting
  • Formulas
  • Macros
  • Configuration
  • Troubleshooting

Denis Reis is a business intelligence consultant at Dahlbeer and, as an author, passes on his knowledge of everyday SAP projects.

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