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authorOlivier Hallot <olivier.hallot@libreoffice.org>2020-02-17 18:25:10 -0300
committerOlivier Hallot <olivier.hallot@libreoffice.org>2020-02-17 23:13:56 +0100
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Change-Id: I8b3c885bb98d59880dfce42339344e6119fbf1c8 Reviewed-on: https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/help/+/88893 Tested-by: Jenkins Reviewed-by: Olivier Hallot <olivier.hallot@libreoffice.org>
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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<helpdocument version="1.0">
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<bookmark_value>data tables; multiple operations in</bookmark_value>
<bookmark_value>cross-classified tables</bookmark_value>
</bookmark><comment>mw made "what if operations" a two level entry</comment>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3147559" xml-lang="en-US" level="1"><variable id="multioperation"><link href="text/scalc/guide/multioperation.xhp" name="Applying Multiple Operations">Applying Multiple Operations</link>
-</variable></paragraph>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3145171" xml-lang="en-US" level="2">Multiple Operations in Columns or Rows</paragraph>
+<h1 id="hd_id3147559"><variable id="multioperation"><link href="text/scalc/guide/multioperation.xhp" name="Applying Multiple Operations">Applying Multiple Operations</link>
+</variable></h1>
+<h2 id="hd_id3145171">Multiple Operations in Columns or Rows</h2>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id4123966" xml-lang="en-US">The <item type="menuitem">Data - Multiple Operations</item> command provides a planning tool for "what if" questions. In your spreadsheet, you enter a formula to calculate a result from values that are stored in other cells. Then, you set up a cell range where you enter some fixed values, and the Multiple Operations command will calculate the results depending on the formula.</paragraph>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3156424" xml-lang="en-US">In the <emph>Formulas</emph> field, enter the cell reference to the formula that applies to the data range. In the <emph>Column input cell/Row input cell</emph> field, enter the cell reference to the corresponding cell that is part of the formula. This can be explained best by examples:</paragraph>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3159153" xml-lang="en-US" level="3">Examples</paragraph>
+<h3 id="hd_id3159153">Examples</h3>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3153189" xml-lang="en-US">You produce toys which you sell for $10 each. Each toy costs $2 to make, in addition to which you have fixed costs of $10,000 per year. How much profit will you make in a year if you sell a particular number of toys?</paragraph>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id6478774" xml-lang="en-US">
-<image id="img_id1621753" src="media/helpimg/what-if.png" width="0.2228in" height="0.2228in"><alt id="alt_id1621753" xml-lang="en-US">what-if sheet area</alt>
- </image></paragraph>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3145239" xml-lang="en-US" level="3">Calculating With One Formula and One Variable</paragraph>
+<image id="img_id1621753" src="media/helpimg/what-if.png"><alt id="alt_id1621753" xml-lang="en-US">what-if sheet area</alt></image></paragraph>
+<h3 id="hd_id3145239">Calculating With One Formula and One Variable</h3>
<list type="ordered">
<listitem>
<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3146888" xml-lang="en-US">To calculate the profit, first enter any number as the quantity (items sold) - in this example 2000. The profit is found from the formula Profit=Quantity * (Selling price - Direct costs) - Fixed costs. Enter this formula in B5.</paragraph>
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<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3149009" xml-lang="en-US">Close the dialog with <emph>OK</emph>. You see the profits for the different quantities in column E.</paragraph>
</listitem>
</list>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3148725" xml-lang="en-US" level="3">Calculating with Several Formulas Simultaneously</paragraph>
+<h3 id="hd_id3148725">Calculating with Several Formulas Simultaneously</h3>
<list type="ordered">
<listitem>
<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3146880" xml-lang="en-US">Delete column E.</paragraph>
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<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3150862" xml-lang="en-US">Close the dialog with <emph>OK</emph>. You will now see the profits in column E and the annual profit per item in column F.</paragraph>
</listitem>
</list>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3146139" xml-lang="en-US" level="2">Multiple Operations Across Rows and Columns</paragraph>
+<h2 id="hd_id3146139">Multiple Operations Across Rows and Columns</h2>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3148584" xml-lang="en-US">
<item type="productname">%PRODUCTNAME</item> allows you to carry out joint multiple operations for columns and rows in so-called cross-tables. The formula cell has to refer to both the data range arranged in rows and the one arranged in columns. Select the range defined by both data ranges and call the multiple operation dialog. Enter the reference to the formula in the <emph>Formulas</emph> field. The <emph>Row input cell</emph> and the <emph>Column input cell</emph> fields are used to enter the reference to the corresponding cells of the formula.</paragraph>
-<paragraph role="heading" id="hd_id3149949" xml-lang="en-US" level="3">Calculating with Two Variables</paragraph>
+<h3 id="hd_id3149949">Calculating with Two Variables</h3>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3154808" xml-lang="en-US">Consider columns A and B of the sample table above. You now want to vary not just the quantity produced annually, but also the selling price, and you are interested in the profit in each case.</paragraph>
<paragraph role="paragraph" id="par_id3149731" xml-lang="en-US">Expand the table shown above. D2 thru D11 contain the numbers 500, 1000 and so on, up to 5000. In E1 through H1 enter the numbers 8, 10, 15 and 20.</paragraph>
<list type="ordered">