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Exception color using another Key Figure

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I've 10 Calculated Key figures. I've to set the exception color of these KF's cells by using another key figures value. Like i've average sales(CKF) and using this avg sales i need to change the exception color of daily sales columns(This avg sales's value gets change at each level of drilldown). I've tried to use Table Interface but it's only populating the color for first sceen. if i move to next column using scroll bar the color are not populated. Is there any good to way to come out of this problem.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2007 at 10:01 AM

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    Hi<br>

    Have you tried Excel Macros?

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    Hope it helps.<br>

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      Björn,

      Thanks for ur reply.

      but, Here i can populate color on first first column's cells. But i need to populate color for remaining 9 columns. I've not created a separated Structure for these RKFs. I've key figures like amount, total sales, avg sales, 10 daily RKFs(starting from today). Using Avg Amout KF's value for a row i need to populate the color of daily sales. for Eg.

      Cust|Material|Region|Amt|TOTAL_SALES|AVG_SALES|10 RKFs

      001|001|001|100|300|50|Now using this 50 i need to change the cell color of daily sales

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