Video Training for Overview: Parameters Tabs
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In this training, I will give you an overview of Parameters tabs in Managenable® risk template software.
This overview is applicable to all Parameters tabs.
For more information on how to show or hide tabs for Automation, please refer to the relevant training.
All Parameters tabs are similar, except 2 tabs which have noticeable differences.
The Interaction Parameters tab is slightly different.
And, the Global Parameters tab is completely different.
As an example of all other Parameters tabs, let’s give a look at the Risk Parameters tab.
In Parameters tabs, you can simply change a parameter cell, and see the change immediately applied throughout the risk application.
This way, you can rapidly customize this risk management tool, without having to change any formula, and without having to write any VBA code.
In each Parameters tab, there are several tables.
As an example, let’s give a look at the table Risk Gap To Control.
Each table has a title and a subtitle, with an outline of its content.
Each table has a Warning to remind you that if you change a parameter, you may have to also change the matching Charts Preparation tab, where a simple formula might be applied to shorten the text to be displayed on charts.
For more information on Charts Preparation tabs, please refer to the relevant training.
Below the title and subtitle, each table has 3 parts.
The left part of the table gives you an outline for each parameter.
The middle part of the table is the list of actual parameters you may change.
Each parameter in this list must be unique.
If you have any duplicated item, the application will not work properly.
Also, those parameters may contain a simple formula, which links various parameters together to create an even more integrated risk application.
Those formulas can be seen in the formula bar, or, in cells, by pressing F2 on your keyboard.
The right part of the table is for the colors associated with each parameter in the list, with a preview of the selected colors.
If you change any parameter, or any color associated with a parameter, that change is immediately applied throughout the risk application.
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