Business Objects Web Intelligence XI - Introduction

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Business Objects Web Intelligence provides much of the functionality of the full client within an internet browser interface. Unlike other programmes, the software is not installed on the userís computer, but rather is accessed on-line through your browser. Commands are executed through a series of hyperlinks rather than via the more conventional drop-down menu method.
Delegates attending this course will be assumed to be familiar with the use of Microsoft Internet Explorer or other Web Browsing software and to have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
The Web Intelligence User Interface:
The Data Zone (Report Manager)
Document Structure Ė Documents, Data Providers, Reports and Blocks
What is a Business Objects Universe?
Query Building:
Creating a New Web Intelligence Document from a Query
Adding Objects to a Query
Adding Query Filters:
Pre-defined Query Filters
Quick Query Filters
Editing Documents/Blocks:
Converting Blocks between Standard Tables, Financial Tables,
Cross Tabs, Forms and Charts
Adding Blocks to a Report
Selecting Rows and Columns
Adding Objects to Blocks
Inserting & Deleting Rows and Columns
Inserting Free-standing cells
Filtering & Sorting Data:
Applying Quick Filters to Rows or Columns
Formatting Filters
Removing Filters
Global versus Local Filters
Sorting Data in Tables
Creating Sections
Using Functions:
Adding Calculated Values to a Report:
─ Sum, Count, Average, Minimum, Maximum
Adding & Formatting Breaks, Calculations and Custom Sorts
Ranking Data to see top or bottom values
Using Alerters to highlight information
Copying Data to other Applications (Eg. MS Excel)
Formatting Documents:
Borders and Shading
Adding Headers and Footers
Adding Pictures/Logos
Setting Cell, Table, Section & Page Properties