Excel’s custom view functionality lets you save a combination of display settings and then call that view by name. This is handy for when you need to hide sensitive information, or when you want to show only a subset of data in a worksheet - like flagging which deals don't meet margin requirements. It's even better with BizBroadcast, because those views can be sent again and again with no additional setup.
Excel’s Data Validation, often called a drop-down list, is an essential tool when you need to make the functions in a worksheet automatically reflect different parameters – like dates, locations, warehouses or sales people.
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Thousands of users worldwide have come to expect boardroom-quality, rock-solid reports from Epicor XL Connect. And now, you can bring all of your Epicor Cloud ERP data analysis and reporting to the desktop – in Microsoft Excel – with Epicor XL Connect Cloud Edition, powered by BizNet Software.
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Ahh springtime, when statistically-minded individuals turn their thoughts toward . . . baseball. BizInsight Desktop Edition can help them literally change the game when it comes to "what if" analysis -- in baseball, and in business reporting.
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