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will be split evenly between the G/L accounts.

a) In cell G17 (G/L Account node YCOA, Total Plan


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open it from your Business Process Flow. The data entered on the node is submitted and the server
distributes the values evenly to the accounts (1500 each) for 2017 and also to the periods (125
eachThis is an example of the result you should get: Figure 6: Create Plan Data 3. Enter (top down)
data on a G/L Account hierarchy node and disaggregate the data equally into the individual
accounts. For the YCOA node with Total Plan 2017, enter the amount of 9000. Then recalculate the
data. As a result the amount will be split evenly between the G/L accounts. a) In cell G17 (G/L
Account node YCOA, Total Plan 2017), enter 9000. b) Choose the Recalculate button. This is an
example, using user ## = 30, of the result you should get: Figure 7: Create Plan Data Note: If you
receive an error message close the Analysis Workbook and re-open it from your Business Process
Flow. The data entered on the will be split evenly between the G/L accounts. a) In cell G17 (G/L
Account node YCOA, Total Plan 2017), enter 9000. b) Choose the Recalculate button. This is an
example, using user ## = 30, of the result you should get: Figure 7: Create Plan Data Note: If you
receive an error message close the Analysis Workbook and re-open it from your Business Process
Flow. The data entered on the node is submitted and the server distributes the values evenly to the
accounts (1500 each) for 2017 and also to the periods (125 eachnode is submitted and the server
distributes the values evenly to the accounts (1500 each) for 2017 and also to the periods (125
each). 4. Lock cell H22 (Insurance/Period1) against manual entries. a) Click in cell H22. b) Select the
Analysis tab