All default templates are starting points. It is very unlikely that one of the included templates will suit you perfectly. It sounds to me as though you would like to triple the size of the included template to serve for three years at a time. Except for the problems with page layout, that's just a matter of scale. Could you describe what "big budget" view means to you?
Currently Being ModeratedNov 6, 2012 11:49 PM (in response to Jerrold Green1)
Sorry for explaining myself hardly ...
"big budget view " meaning :
I want to see how looks like the budget template in Numbers in a full screen , I can't see this template in my full screen so I don't see any details / figures .
To see it in a full screen mode I will have to buy the App !!! But I need to see it before buying .
Is it possible to see somehow ?
Additional important question please :
in Numbers , Is it possible to build a MAIN SHEET ( Lets called it Home ) that's include Tables , Charts ect'
These Tables , Charts ect' will be in another Different Sheets .
Meaning : ( From the opposite "view" ) :
I want to have some Sheets with Tables and Charts in several Sheet ,
In every Sheet will be a Main Table / Main Chart , these Main Tables and Charts will be visible in the MAIN SHEET ( Called Home )
Any advice will be grateful.
Numbers is constructed as follows:
Document: A single file containing one or more sheets. Documents have no provision for sharing data with other documents.
Sheet: A Sheet is the canvas on which the contents are placed. Sheets may hold one or more Tables, Shapes, Text Boxes, and Graphics.
Table: A Table in Numbers is a bounded array of cells which may be programmed to perform functions on data found in other cells, whether the other cells are in the same table or not, and without regard to what Sheet the referenced table is on. In the sense that there may be numerous tables per sheet, a Numbers Table is somewhat analogous to a Named Range in Excel. External references to cells must contain the External Table's name, and if that name isn't unique in the Document, the reference must also include the Sheet's Name.
Sheets are just a way of organizing the content. Each may be displayed as a canvas without boundaries, or they may be organized in pages in a What You See Is What You Get format. When you Print, you may Print your entire document, or a particular sheet, or a particular page.
Each Sheet may be individually formatted as either Landscape or Portrait, and all pages in a given Sheet must have the same orientation.
Does that touch on any of your questions?
Currently Being ModeratedNov 7, 2012 9:34 AM (in response to Jerrold Green1)
I will have to read your reply a few times to fully understand.
Please see my Pic att' .
As you can see, at the bottom I have 4 Sheets,
In every Sheet there is 3 tables , The Left table in every sheet is the total of the other two.
The Main SHEET - HOME, in the Pic' head Includes 3 Tables , The tables contains the Total of the left table of Sheets 1-4
1.Sorry for the bad Pic..
2. Is my explanation OK ?
I hopw that you are happy with Numbers. It is a nice departure from traditional spreadsheet programs. It isn't as powerful as others, but has some very nice features if your needs are modest.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 10, 2012 5:34 AM (in response to Jerrold Green1)
Is it possible to make / Change a Table to a Rolling Table ?
The table will appear in the Sheet in a fix size , but the details inside will be visible when
rolling the table ...