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GIDE Tabs

On GIDE’s upper applications tool bar, there are working sections for various actions in the application:

 

 

 

Home

 

Home consists of a left–hand window and a main work area, which changes based on the activities you select in the left–hand window. The left–hand side is divided into three parts:

Administration – for working with projects and access rights of individual users

Import/Export – offering options to import values and accounts, and manage import settings

Options – to adjust model properties

 

Account Management

 

Navigation window – The default setting displays this on the left side of the screen. Its lower part shows tabs for Models, Statements and Quick links. The Models tab lists the models created within the project. The Statements tab displays the active model’s statements. The Quick links tab shows the last 40 accounts you have worked with.

Active Accounts window – This displays the account or accounts to which the function or auxiliary row is to be applied. It appears only in Design Mode.

Accounts List window – This displays the accounts in the selected model and statement according to the Navigation window. By clicking on the appropriate icon in the upper tool bar, it can also display the accounts for all models.

Account Formula window – This displays the functions you have selected for the account chosen in the Active Accounts window.

Auxiliary Account Rows window – This displays the auxiliary rows you have selected for the account chosen in the Active Accounts window.

Formula Time Frame window – This displays the time period for which the functions selected in the Account Formula window are to be applied.

Formula Parameter window – This displays the parameters (other accounts) with inputs to functions selected in the Account Formula window.

Formula window – This displays a list of all pre–selected formulas available to you for modeling.

Auxiliary Rows window – This displays a list of all pre–made Auxiliary Rows available to you for modeling.

Account properties – The default setting displays this on the right side of the screen. It displays basic information on the selected account in the Active Account window (in Modeling and Designer mode) or in the Accounts List window (in Preview Mode).

 

Dataroom

 

Navigation window – The default setting displays this on the left side of the screen. The lower part of it has tabs for Models, Statements and History. The Models tab is a list of the models created for the active Project. The Statements tab is a list of the statements created for the active model. The History tab lists the last 40 accounts you have worked with.

Main work area – This is in the middle of the application running, and consists of the following columns: account code, account name, currency or unit of measure, and values for each time period. The upper part of the main work area here has tabs for Yearly values, Quarterly values, Monthly values, Reporting, or other tabs as defined by the user.

Forecast window – The default setting displays this under the main work area. It displays the values of the account marked in the main work area, or all its auxiliary rows if any have been created for that account.

Quick Chart window – The default setting displays this under the main work area. It displays a graph of the accounts marked in the main work area.

Account Properties window – The default setting displays this on the right side of the screen. It contains two tabs. The Account properties tab displays basic information on the account marked in the main work area. The View properties tab displays the user’s view settings for the main work area (time range of columns, data versions, personalized views, etc).

Tip: If you don’t like the way the windows are arranged, you can move them to a different part of the application, or hide them. To move a window, simply drag the heading of the window to the place marked with symbols in the middle or on the side of the screen. After you release the mouse button, the window’s new location will be highlighted in blue.

 

Consolidation

 

Consolidation Tree window – This shows active models that are already part of a consolidation family. One model can be part of more than one consolidation family. A model can occur only once in each model.

Available Models window – This shows models that are accessible for creating a new consolidation family, or for inclusion in an existing family or sub–family, but only if they are not yet in the marked consolidation family.

Consolidation Structure window – This shows the consolidation scheme and list of consolidated accounts of parent and child models, and their codes and names.

Accounts List window – This shows the accounts of the consolidation scheme, or the consolidation model, in the Consolidation Structure Window, which are not consolidated, and therefore can be added to a consolidation later.

 

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