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OnPlan's use of color explained

In OnPlan, colors are used to distinguish different row and column types.  

  • Blue font color denotes an input.  This can be edited directly by the user.

  • Black font color to denote a calculation made by OnPlan.  This can only be edited indirectly, e.g. by changing a summarization method or grouping for the total rows.

  • Green font color to denote a calculation made from a formula input by a user. This can be edited by the user updating the formula. 

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