|Oracle financial Analyzer User's Guide
Part No. A87522-01
Working with Web Data Entry Forms, 3 of 7
You can enter numeric or text data into one or more cells of a data entry form by typing in the data or by pasting data from the Windows clipboard. You can paste data that you have copied from other cells in the form. You can also paste data that you have copied from another Windows application, such as a spreadsheet.
As you enter data, you can adjust the size of the columns to better view your work. If a solve has been associated with a financial data item in the form, you can recalculate the data.
Follow these steps to manually enter data into a Web data entry form:
Note: You cannot enter data into cells that are gray in color. These cells have been locked by your administrator.
If you are entering multi-line text data, press Alt+Enter to create a new line.
Result: The value or text that you entered appears.
Note: Changing the page automatically recalculates the data on the current page.
To paste data from the Windows clipboard into a cell or cells of a Web data entry form, follow these steps:
Note: You cannot paste data into cells that are gray in color. These cells have been locked by your administrator.
Alternatively, you can click the right mouse button and choose Paste from the popup menu.
Result: If the target area is verified, data is pasted into the specified cells. However, if one or more cells in the target area are locked, not editable, or if the data will not fit into the area, a message appears.
To adjust the column width in a Web data entry form, position the cursor on the border of a row or column label. When the cursor changes to a double arrow, click and move the border.
To recalculate the data in a Web data entry form, click the Recalculate button on the Document toolbar.