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Is Excel a tool or just a crutch?

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Author: Anand Pandya Excel.  We all love it, right? It’s the little spreadsheet tool that went beyond simply providing a ease to accounting and finance calculations and turning into a full blown reporting and analytics mechanism for even the largest organizations.  But, how much do we rely on Excel to really “get the job done”

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Using PerformancePoint 2010 Dashboard Designer Series, Bottom Axis, Background and Pie Charts

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Author: Greg Beaumont A common objection to PerformancePoint 2007 Dashboard Designer was often the lack of a pie chart visualization option in reports.  When looking for a method to visually display percentages of the whole, I have always been partial to 100% stacked bar charts since they provide sight lines for category proportion comparison.  However,

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New Sort and Filter Features in PerformancePoint 2010 Dashboard Designer

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Author: Greg Beaumont Ever feel limited by PerformancePoint 2007 Dashboard Designer?  There are several new features in PerformancePoint 2010 Dashboard Designer that add rich and useful capabilities for the customization of SharePoint 2010 dashboards.  In fact, there are far too many improvements to adequately address in a single article.  This article will be the first

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