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Chapter 13. Dynamic Data Delivery > Notes on This Case Study

Notes on This Case Study

The Excel workbook and PowerPoint presentation mirror each other. For each worksheet there is a related slide. A worksheet may have one or more charts, and the related slide has the same number of charts. Object naming plays a major role in this solution. Because the particular charts are predefined, the names are hard-coded for efficiency.

For this case study, the framework of a book distribution company has been used. The data behind this example represents revenue, sales, costs, returns, and income. This activity is segmented into typical book categories, such as westerns, mysteries, and cookbooks. The term returns used here is familiar to those in publishing, but perhaps not to others. Returns are unsold books that are returned from bookstores and other markets back through the distribution channel.


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