Management Reporter 2012 Training Manual
Need to learn Microsoft’s Management Reporter?
Get a grip on Management Reporter in an afternoon with my self-study training manual.
Learning to use MR the right way on your own can take many hours, if not months, of experimentation and trial and error. Who has that kind of time? Instead of spending countless hours on message boards and searching Help, this guide will get you quickly up to speed on the best way to use Management Reporter to design financial reports. Whether you’re a consultant or end user.
Creating Reports in Management Reporter I—How to Create 4 Foundation Reports is an in-depth in-color self-study training manual that walks you through report creation using annotated screenshots.
Second edition—updated through Management Reporter 2012 Rollup 2 plus an Addendum for three significant Rollup 5 changes
- Watch over my shoulder as I create 4 reports
- Follow along in your demo database
- Follow along in your live database
Learn Management Reporter 2012 financial reportwriting by learning how to build these 4 reports:
Income Statement by Department
This is an exercise-based course with practical tips scattered throughout. I also cover:
- what’s new and different from FRx
- how to drill down to account detail
- new Drill to Dynamics
- using the report viewer
- what to do when a report is out of balance
- optimal report definition settings
- efficient navigation
- ensuring accuracy
- exporting to Excel
- generating and scheduling multiple reports
- the most common mistake beginners make
- and lots more
Audience: Consultants and end users—both accounting and IT
Version: I used Microsoft Management Reporter 2012 Rollup 2 using the GP 2010 Data Provider
What if you’re not using GP? It’s ok—the Management Reporter interface is the same for AX and SL and NAV. Your demo data will differ, but I’ll show you exactly how to ensure that your reports are correct.
Advance Preparation: None, but it would be nice to have MR installed
iPad: Yes—it looks gorgeous on my iPad
Format: Downloadable PDF, so you can get started immediately
Length: 213 pages
Money Back Guarantee: Yes, absolutely
Cost: $180—if you’re in Texas, add 8.25% sales tax
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P.S. There’s a second manual as well. It covers Management Reporter 2012 Rollup 4. Creating Reports in Management Reporter II—Step by Step Instructions on a Dozen More Reports covers 12 more step-by-step reports plus a chapter on the top 20 tips, tricks and techniques, a chapter on using dimensions effectively, and 3 distribution options including the new Web Viewer.