SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence 4.1 Reporter Course

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During this Business Objects Web Intelligence training course you will discover just how easy it is to get started with Business Objects by building powerful queries and presenting the results in impressive and easy-to-read reports that you and your colleagues will love. 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.
This course is for participants who wish to learn the Web Intelligence versions of Business Objects. It is not suitable for those wishing to learn Desktop Intelligence versions.

There are no specific pre-requisites. The course is designed for those who have little or no previous experience of Web Intelligence, and who wish to learn how to build queries and create reports using Business Objects Web Intelligence.
The Web Intelligence Launch Pad:
Customising User Preferences
Working with Folders and Categories
Opening Documents in the Reading View
Opening Documents in the Java Enabled Design View
Working in the Java Enabled Design View:
Blocks Ė Vertical Tables; Horizontal Tables; Cross Tables; Charts; and Forms
Universes, Classes and Objects
The Training Course Universe Ė eFashion
The User Interface:
Toolbars and Menus
The Data/Properties Panel
The Status Bar
Opening & Sharing Documents:
Opening, Saving and Closing Documents
Retrieving Documents from Inbox and Public Folders
Sharing Documents with other Users
Scheduling Documents to Run and Distribute Automatically
Modifying Reports & Analysing Data:
Editing Blocks to Manipulate Data
Adding Blocks to an Existing Report
Creating Sections in Reports
Adding and Formatting Breaks
Adding New Reports to a Document
Formatting Documents:
Borders and Shading
Adding Headers and Footers
Adding Pictures and Logos
Setting Cell, Table, Section and Page Properties
Controlling Page Breaks in Printed Output
Special Fields
Creating & Editing Queries:
Understanding the Query Panel
Editing a Query
Building & Running a New Query
Restricting Data with Query Filters:
Simple Query Filters
User Defined Single Value Query Filters
Pre-Defined Query Filters
Using Query Prompts
Using Functions :
Filtering Data
Sorting Data
Ranking Data
Creating Groups
Setting Conditions (Alerters)
Inserting Simple Calculations
Creating Formulas and Variables:
Adding a Formula to a Block
Understanding the Difference Between a Formula and a Variable
Defining a Formula as a Variable
Adding and Modifying Variables
The v_ Convention for Naming Variables