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Your first assignment in Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel: A tutorial!

You sit down at your desk with your morning coffee. You're the new business analyst. Excited to make a good first impression, you immediately turn on your computer and open Microsoft Excel; the emails from Mom can wait. The user interface is familiar but there's a new tab. Let's get started. ...

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Analyze detailed data by using drill throughs in IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel

Drilling through on a cell provides detailed data on the cell, and shows you information from the data source. You can drill through on cells in Exploration Views, Custom Reports, Quick Reports, and Dynamic Reports. In this post, we'll go through how to can perform a drill through in IBM...

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Upload data quickly and easily with the bulk upload feature in IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel

Bulk upload is a feature in IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel, which allows you to quickly and easily move data from a standard Excel spreadsheet to IBM Planning Analytics. This is useful if you want to migrate data from another system, or if you're somebody who wants to work off to the...

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Create customized themes for your reports in IBM #Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel

Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel uses Excel styles to format its reports. It's why you see a consistent visual theme when creating your reports. Currently, Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel leverages over 50 styles. But you're not limited to just using these styles. With some...

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