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Create Dynamic Charts in Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007 and Beyond by Reinhold Scheck

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Variant 1 (Basic Model)

This section explains the design of the 0701_Indicators_01.xlsx file, with a particular focus on its dynamic elements. You’ll also learn a little about form controls and about the use of typical rS1 range names in formulas.

Form Controls

Note

Note

I’d like to remind you that the following discussion assumes that you’re already familiar with some of the basic information about controls provided in Section 3.4.4 of the \Materials\rS1_Method_2007.pdf file.

Basics

User-friendly controls of various types can make Excel presentation models dynamic, attractive, and foolproof. This statement—and those that follow in this introductory section—apply ...

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