Issue - Oct 2017
Budgeting is a long and tedious process which involves collating the numbers from the cost and profit centres. The conventional way of collating the numbers is by putting each submission into one worksheet per centre and using a summary sheet to add up the same cell from multiple worksheets. This way of collating the budget is not only tedious. It also sacrifices the details required for analysis. You cannot pull out any budget line item and identify the cost centres which have budgeted for this line item with Pivot Table. This is no fault of Pivot Table. It is because the data in the budgeting template is organized in the wrong way and is not suitable for pivoting.
With Excel 2016, the above problem no longer exists. Using the new ... more
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