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Introduction



The Industry Analysis Service presents reliable, regular and comprehensive analysis for the entire
range of industries. The offering comprises a beautifully produced report, replete with clear statistics,
elegant charts and incisive analysis, a CD containing the database used in the report and the report itself
in pdf formats. All packaged into a specially developed software which gives you the power to take the
data and the analysis further into your applications.



The reports analyse in detail, the demand-supply position and price movements to etch out the possible
future scenarios. The detailed data presented and analysed in this respect include production, exports,
imports, consumption, and domestic and international prices. The report presents monthly time-series on
each of these for three years. The items are further disaggregated by region, varieties, markets, etc. to
present a comprehensive and detailed view of the industry.



The analysis integrates quantitative information along with news and events in the industry. It
encompasses policy changes and important announcements, if any, from the government or industry
leaders.



We believe that any industry analysis is incomplete without a study of the performance of the present and
future enterprises engaged in the industry. The service thus includes a perceptive analysis of the growth
and profitability of the major companies as also the returns-risk profile obtained by them on the bourses.
The performance of the companies is integrated with the scenario emerging from the larger sectoral
statistics. Similarly, it incorporates the information on new projects on hand to present the prognosis for
the future.



The Industry Analysis Service draws upon the large and integrated databases of CMIE as also the
institution's expertise of over 25 years in monitoring the Indian economy.



The Industry Analysis Service includes a specially developed software which provides the entire
database used in the preparation of the reports. The database includes all the historical statistics and
more. It includes a longer time series and also higher frequency data than the reports contain. The
software enables the further analysis of the data.

The reports themselves are also available in pdf formats for you to view, copy, print and use further in
your reports.




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Using Industry Analysis Service



Use the Industry Analysis Service Installation and Update Instructions Booklet, enclosed alongwith
the CD, to install the product. The CD consists of both, the Standalone and Server installations.

You may install the Standalone Version on your PC's Local Hard Disk or the Server Version on your
Network depending on the version you have subscribe to.

After the installation process is complete, use the Industry Analysis Service Standalone Installation by
executing the Application shortcut.

For using the Industry Analysis Service Server Version, you need to execute two applications. The
Industry Analysis Service Client and the CMIE Product Server Server.

The CMIE Product Server needs to be kept running, while Industry Analysis Service Clients
are accessing the product. The Server Application has to run on a computer, accessible from across the
network.




How to use the CMIE Product Server Application?

How to setup the Client Access across the network?




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How to use CMIE Product Server



After running the setup, you should send the clkey.txt file (which is in product directory, for example
c:\cmie\ias\clkey.txt) to CMIE to get verified signature of the product.

Along with the VFSign you will also receive a server.ini file from CMIE.

For using Industry Analysis Service across the network, the CMIE Server Application needs to be
executed to service Client access.




Running the CMIE Products Server for Win9x

Running the CMIE Products Server for Win NT/Win 2000/Win ME /Win XP




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Running the CMIE Products Server for Win9x



The VFSign has to be copied to Product.ini file in the product directory and server.ini file should be
placed in the same location where server.exe file of the product server is installed.

Once the server.ini file is in place, run the server.exe file to start the CMIE Products Server. This server
keeps a log of all the users accessing CMIE products.

On execution, the CMIE Server Application Window comes up and while clients access the Industry
Analysis Service application, it displays the following information:
          Seq: Sequence of users logged in.
          pr: Refers to the product being accessed. For Industry Analysis Service the abbreviation,
           "prow" is displayed.
          cl: The user's machine name.
          t-init: Initial time of Industry Analysis Service startup by the user.
          t-last: Time of latest verification of Industry Analysis Service .




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    To change the Port number:

    You may need to change the Port number (Port Number of the PC running the Multi User Application)
    for better communication with clients accessing the Industry Analysis Service application. 1500 is the
    default Port number used by the Multi User Application.
     Click on the Change Port text box and enter the new Port number.
     Click on Restart. This will restart the CMIE product Server in order to implement the new Port
      number.
    Note: In such cases the Port will also have to be changed in the Product.ini file on the network.
     Click on Close Service, if you need to stop client access to the Industry Analysis Service
      Application.
     Click on Minimize to hide the CMIE Product Server Window display. Click on the Server icon in the


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   System Tray to display the Window again.




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Running the CMIE Product Service for Win NT/Win 2000/Win ME/Win XP



The VFSign has to be copied to Product.ini file in the product directory and server.ini file should be
placed in the system32 folder within default windows directory. So for winnt it could be
c:\winnt\system32

Once the server.ini file is in place, go to the Control panel, Administrative Tools, Services and click on
the service named "CMIE multi product licensing system" and click on the Stop button. Once the service
stops, click on the Start button.




To view the list of users accessing the product click on the clviewer.exe shortcut called "CMIE Products
User Viewer". You can minimise or close this application as this is just a viewer application and not the
service which authenticates the user.




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    How to setup a PC to access IAS server installation


    Setup a client (a computer on the network) to access Industry Analysis Service Application (for
     Multi-user installations)
    From the computer, run setup from the client directory within the IAS directory (For example:
     F:\cmie\IAS\client) created on the server during the server setup.
    A Licence Agreement will be displayed after which the setup will prompt you for User and Company
     Name.
    Next, setup will prompt you for destination location for IAS temporary files. The default path given is
     C:\Program Files\CMIE\IAS which can be changed.
    In the next screen displayed, check all the selections done in the previous steps from the confirmation.
     If you wish to change any of these then use the Back button to do so or else continue with setup.
    Setup will now try to install HTML Help(R) on your computer. Installation will be skipped if the
     software exists or a newer version is found. Complete the installation on the next screen by clicking on
     the Finish button.




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When You Begin



The startup screen of the product is that of the Query window. You can click on the any of the Launcher
Toolbar Buttons, representing the modules available, to begin using the IAS package. Click on any of the
launcher buttons

                                       and the Query option buttons

            shown in the picture below to get more details.

Before you start using the features in Industry Analysis Service , use the Settings option by clicking on
this    toolbutton or selecting the Settings option from the View Menu. Industry Analysis Service
allows you to customize certain program settings as per your requirement.




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Settings



This utility allows you to change the default program settings according to your requirements.




The various options available in this are:

     Output Sheet

    Allows you to change the following settings:

     Date Format

     FontName

     FontSize

     Gridline: Show/hide grid lines.

     FontColor1: First colour in alternating row display in Output Sheet

     FontColor2: Second colour in alternating row display in Output Sheet

                                                   Database

    Allows you to change the following settings:

     DBpath: Default database path.

     PDFpath: Default path for all data regarding the PDF documents.

                                                    Chart



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    Here you can specify:

     Type: The default chart type whenever the Chart Assistant is initiated.

     SeriesIn: The default selection of whether the data is in rows or series.

     BackColor: Set the background colour for the chart.

                                                   Select Indicators

    Here you can specify the default output format for the query:

     Ind x Dt: Information on each indicator will be displayed row-wise.

     Dt x Ind: Information on each indicator will be displayed column-wise.

                                                      Toolbars

    The list of toolbars that can be selected can be specified here.

                                                     Messages

    Allows you to change the following settings for CMIE broadcast messages:

     Show on startup: If selected, shows the broadcast messages by CMIE everytime you run the
      software.

     Last update: Stores the date when last update was performed for the database.

                                                        Batch

    An added facility Batch/Planner to re-run a particular query is also available. For this Industry
    Analysis Serviceallows to to specify a description to 10 batch files at a time which you may always
    require to utilise. For this click on any one of the rows, specify the desciption of the batch file and give
    the filename given to the batch file. You can access this batch file from the Batch runner toolbutton in the
    Tools Tool Bar or Menu from within Industry Analysis Service .

                                                       Report

    Allows you to change the following settings for reports:

    Printcolor

    If selected, prints coloured reports.

    FullScreen

    If selected, shows the report in fullscreen.

                                                        Notes

    Industry Analysis Service offers a utility for recording your observations, analysis or information on a
    particular indicator included in the application. This information is classified by Indicator, Date, Author




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 and Headings in a notes file with a "not" extension. Enter your default notes filename which will be used
 to save and display all the indicator notes written on your PC. You can also change this filename later
 for the sake of convenience. Remember to always enter a filename with the "not" extension, like
 "notes.not" which is entered by default.




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Launcher



The following are the main modules of Industry Analysis Service , which are accessible from the Launcher
Toolbar and Menu.




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Query



The Query Window will be displayed when you click on the Query             tool button or select the
Query option from the Launcher menu.

On completion of a search, the results are displayed in the Output Sheets. The data selected up to the
last execution of the search is displayed in the Output Sheets, along with the values of parameters on
which the search was performed. Information provided in the Output Sheets can also be further
processed.




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    Operating Guidelines



    While running a query, there are a few basic fundamentals and operations one needs to know to get
    maximum mileage out of the Industry Analysis Service software package. They are:
     Basic and Compound Queries
     Execute Commands
     Structured Selection
     Expression Based Query
     Expression & Unit Headers
     Arithmetic Operators and Functions
     CMIE Sets
     User Sets
     Tools Available




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    Basic and Compound Queries


    A query consists of a set of conditions that the indicators should meet to qualify for selection.
    A query can be a simple single step search or it can be complex with several searches linked to each
     other.
    A compound query can be simplified into several basic queries by linking them with Logical Operands
     -- AND, OR, NOT.
    Executing a Basic Query leads to the selection of a set of indicators which satisfy the conditions set in
     the query.
    The result of a query is displayed in the Output Sheets.
    AND, OR, NOT are logical operands are used on the set of marked indicators to enlarge or reduce
     the set.




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Execute Commands



Described here is the list of execute commands available in Industry Analysis Service.




     OR




    Example:

     SETONE could be a set of indicators (A,B,C,D) selected in the Select Indicators Window.

     SETTWO could be a set of indicators (D,E,F,G) in the Output Sheets arrived at by running a query.

    The selection of SETONE OR SETTWO leads to the selection of all the indicators which exist either in
    SETONE or in SETTWO. Indicators are not counted twice if they exist in both sets. Thus, on selecting
    SETONE OR SETTWO, a full set of indicators is obtained (SETNEW) belonging to both the sets, i.e.
    A, B, C, D, E, F and G.

    Thus the OR execute command is "expansive'' or "inclusive'' in nature. By using the OR command on
    two sets we obtain a set which includes elements of both the sets. The set thus obtained would be larger
    than the sets on which the OR command was used if the two sets are not identical.

    Thus, in Industry Analysis Service if a set of indicator is already selected and the search is continued
    using the OR operand, then the set of indicators selected would increase. The only exception to this rule
    would be if the further search does not lead to the selection of any indicator that is not already selected.

    Note:

     For running the query for the first time, use the OR Execute Button.

     SETONE OR SETTWO gives the same result as SETTWO OR SETONE.




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                                                       AND

    Example:

     SETONE could be a set of indicators (A,B,C,D) selected in the Select Indicators Window.

     SETTWO could be a set of indicators (D,E,F,G) in the Output Sheets arrived at by running a query.

    The selection of SETONE AND SETTWO leads to the selection of indicators which exist in both,
    SETONE and SETTWO. Thus, on selecting SETONE and SETTWO, we get only D.

    Note:

     The AND operand is restrictive because, it requires multiple conditions to be satisfied. By using the
      AND operand on two sets we obtain a set which includes elements which are common to both sets.
      The set thus obtained would be smaller than the sets on which the operand was used if the two sets
      are not identical.

     A null set AND a non-null set is a null set. There is nothing common between a null set and a set of
      indicators. Therefore if the indicators selected before doing a search is 0 and the logical operand is
      set to AND, the result of the search will necessarily be zero.

     SETONE AND SETTWO gives the same result as SETTWO AND SETONE.




                                                     Add Col




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    This command can be explained with the help of the following example:

    Consider you have a list of indicators.

    You want to perform a expression based query on the list to show indicators with total income > 100
    (Rs. '000). You would choose the AND command to filter out your list.

    Now, the AND command will keep only those indicators in the list which satisfy the criteria.

    To retain those indicators in the list that do not satisfy the criteria, use the Add Col command button.
                                                         NOT

    Example:

     SETONE could be a set of indicators (A,B,C,D) selected in the Select Indicators Window.

     SETTWO could be a set of indicators (D,E,F,G) in the Output Sheets arrived at by running a query.

    The selection of SETONE NOT SETTWO leads to the selection of indicators which exist in SETONE
    but excludes the ones existing in SETTWO. Thus, on selecting SETONE NOT SETTWO, we get A, B
    and C.

    If the NOT operand is used on two identical sets of indicators, the result will be a null set of indicators.

    Note: While SETONE NOT SETTWO gives A, B and C, SETTWO NOT SETONE gives E, F and
    G.




                                                         New




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 Performs an OR Query on the specified criteria but gives the output in a new Output Sheet.
                                                Remove

 Removes selected indicators from the Output Sheet.




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    Structured Selection



    The Industry Analysis Service database has classified and organised all the indicators on sectors like
    Sugar, Petroleum etc. into a structure to facilitate efficient search processes and selection.

    The classification structure can be visualised like a tree with several nodes, branches and leaves.

     Nodes are broad headings which further branch out to more nodes or leaves. The             sign before
      an indicator denotes a closed Node and the              sign indicates an open Node.
     Leaves are end indicators in the tree structure. These are indicated by the sign     before an
      indicator.
     There is no further classification to a leaf indicator.
    Example: Consider Textiles to be a node consisting of several nodes representing Spun Yarn, Fabrics
    and International Trade data. Spun Yarn themselves are nodes which branch out to further indicators like
    Demand Supply, Despatches and Stocks. Thus, all the indicators on Textiles are classified into a
    top-down tree structure beginning with the products like Spun Yarn and Fabrics. This sprawling
    classification structure of indicators is used in the database in defining the Industry Sectors.



    The Indicators list provides a Tree view with an Embedded search box to search for a text string in an
    Indicator in the Indicators Tree. This is available just below the Indicators Panel in the Select Indicators
    Window.

    Another type of a Structured classification system in Industry Analysis Service is the Expression List.
    This is viewable by clicking on the Select Expression button in the Advanced Options-Query option.


    This type of Structured Selection provides you two types of views for navigation:

      Tree View

      This view gives an expandable tree structure.
      Selection can be done by marking the check box with a single mouse left click. This click is a toggle
       to mark and unmark.
      A Ctrl + single mouse left click selects all the indicators within a node.
      An Embedded Search can be performed on the indicators in the tree view.
                                                 Embedded Search

    The embedded search feature searches for the string you have typed in the whole indicator list and finds
    the indicators that contain the search string. The search string here may not necessarily be in the
    beginning of each indicator as in the auto search.



    Example: To search for the word cement in the list of indicators, enter "cement" in the search box and
    it will find all indicators which have the word "cement" in them.




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                                                      List View
     This view displays an unstructured list of all the indicators of the query parameter that you have
      selected.
     To expand the List View, right click on the mouse and select the required level.
     Selection can be done by marking the check box with a single mouse left click. This click is a toggle
      to mark and unmark.
     A Ctrl + single mouse left click selects all the indicators within a node.
     An Embedded Search or an Auto Search can be performed on the indicators in the list view.
                                                     Auto Search

    The auto search feature searches for the string that you have typed, in the beginning of the indicator list.

    The auto search feature compares your typing with the indicators available in the list of all entries starting
    with the entered text or moves the cursor to the first indicator which matches the search string. This
    matching is done sequentially from left to right on an alphabetically sorted list of indicators in the
    database.

    This utility is used in the List View of the Select Expression section of the Advanced option which is
    available in the Select Indicators Window.

                                                 Embedded Search

    The embedded search feature searches for the string you have typed in the whole indicator list and finds
    the indicators that contain your search string. The search string here may not necessarily be in the
    beginning of each indicator as in the auto search.



    Example: To search for the word cement in the list of indicators, enter "cement" in the search box and
    it will find all indicators which have the word "cement" in them.




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Expression Based Query



The Expression based queries provide you with a powerful tool to generate user defined queries using the
logical operators like <,>,= = and mathematical operators like addition (+), multiplication (*), division (/)
and subtraction (-).

Depending on the indicators selected, you can specify the expression based query on the three fields -
Value (Val)Year-on-Year Growth (YoY) and Present-on-Preceding (PoP).


Example: To find out sugar production for a given period that is greater than 100,000 tonnes, select the
Sugar production indicator and specify ival>100 in the query expression.

Typically, in an expression-based selection system, the list of fields that can be used in the expression are
displayed in a separate window by clicking on Select Expression button. Fields can be directly inserted
into the expression by double clicking on the field.



Specify the date range to query on (Reference Date) and the date range for Output Date, if it is different
from the Reference Date.




Enter Reference Date:

This option allows input of the year(s) for which a query is to be executed. A list of valid inputs for this
option is given below.


 Syntax                    Explanation


 1999                      199912


 1999|2000                 199912 OR 200012 (any)


 199903 & 200012           Both true


 (1998+1999+2000)>= True for any two or more of 199812,199912,200012
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    L                          Latest for the indicator (per indicator basis)


    L1                         L


    L2                         LO2


    LO2                        Any of 2 latest records (per indicator basis)


    LA2                        All latest 2 records


    LC3 >= 1                   True for any one or more of latest 3 records (per indicator basis)


    1999 & LC3>=1              True for 199912 and at least 1 or more records of latest 3 records




    Enter Output Date:

    This provides for input of the year(s) for which data is required. A list of valid inputs for this option is
    given below.


    Syntax                     Output Result


    L                          One column - latest data
    1999                       One column 199912
    199912                     One column 199912
    DEC1999                    One column 199912
    1999-2000                  All data in the range between 199912 and 200012
    199812 -                   All data of and after 199812
    - 2001                     All data of and before 200112
    L3                         The latest 3 records available. 3 column output L, L-2, L-3
    ALL                        All data available in the database

    Please Note:
       The logical operator "&" (AND) and "|" (OR) can be used in the reference years. Only "|" (OR) can
        be used in the Output Date option.
       If both the fields are left blank, then by default the latest data will be shown in the output.
    See Also: Expression & Unit Headers



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    Expression & Unit Headers



    When using the expression based query, the program provides headers for each expression used.

    You can change the default expression headers.

    The usage of this facility is explained in the following example:
     If you intend running a query to find out sugar production for a given period that is greater than
      100,000 tonnes, specify ival>100 in the query expression where the default header for the
      computation is "ival ".
     You could change it to a header like "Weight > 100" which is more specific.



    In order to change the header,

    1. Click on Change Header/s button which will enable the header grid.

    2. Click on the Expr Header column against the appropriate expression and give your own header.




    Note: The header defined by you will be shown as "_U" followed by the given header name in the
    Output Sheets, indicating that it is a user defined.




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Arithmetic Operators and Functions



An expression is denoted by "expr". It can be a field or fields conjuncted with operators or functions.

The following is the list of operators available in Industry Analysis Service.

 Symbol Usage                                              Explanation
 +          expr1 + expr2                                  Returns the sum of two fields
 -          expr1 - expr2                                  Returns the difference of two fields
 *          expr1 * expr2                                  Returns the product of two fields
 /          expr1 / expr2                                  Returns the quotient of two fields
 ()         (expr)                                         Use of parenthesis
 &          (expr1) & (expr2)                              Uses the logical operand AND
 |          (expr1) | (expr2)                              Uses the logical operand OR
 !          !(expr)                                        Implies NOT field
 ,          expr1,expr2                                    Separates two expressions

      More on comma(,)

 The "," has a useful application in the Query option.

 To list several fields or expressions in the display after a query is run, you may use the option
 expr,expr,1 . The query is executed on the last expression, but all the fields (or expressions) are
 displayed.

 ==         expr==value or expr1==expr2                    Returns True if the expression equals the value
                                                           or the second expression.
 >          expr > value or expr1 > expr2                  Returns True if the expression is greater than
                                                           the value or the second expression.
 <          expr < value or expr1 < expr2                  Returns True if the expression is less than the
                                                           value or the second expression.
 >=         expr >= value or expr1 >= expr2                Returns True if the expression is equal to or
                                                           greater than the value or the second
                                                           expression.
 <=         expr <= value or expr1 <= expr2                Returns True if the expression is equal to or
                                                           less than the value or the second expression.
 <>         expr <> value or expr1 <> expr2                Returns True if the expression is not equal
                                                           to the value or the second expression.
 growth     growth(expr1,expr2)                            Returns the growth in terms of percent
                                                           increase or decrease, as the case be) of
                                                           expression1 over expression2.
 year       year(yearfield)                                This function is used to convert the yrfld to the
                                                           form MMM YY.



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 kdate    kdate(datefield[,D/M/Y])                 This function is used to convert the dtfld to the
                                                   form dd-MM-YY. The ordering of the date,
                                                   month and year components can be specified
                                                   in the argument.
 ym       ym(datefield)                            This function is used to convert the dtfld to the
                                                   form YYYYMM. It is used only in reports.




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    CMIE Sets



    CMIE Sets are created and maintained by CMIE.
  Click on the File-open option or open tool button in the Select Indicators Window to access CMIE
   sets. On doing so, Industry Analysis Service displays a window titled "Run/Load Set(s)" with two
   lists -- one of CMIE SETS and another of USER SETS.
 Industry Sets are organised in a multi tier Tree Structure. Move the cursor to the required set and
   single click on the expand tree ("+" sign) to get a display of the first tier sets. Repeat the same step to
   veiw the second tier sets under that group and so on.
 You can double click on any set displayed in the Run/Load Set(s) window to view the contents in a list
   box. Use the "Esc" key or the "X" control on the title bar to close this contents viewer.
 Check mark one or more sets that you wish to use and then click on one of the execute buttons -
   Load Sets or Run Sets.
   Load Sets will simply load the selected sets with the frequencies and expressions that were saved
      with those indicators.
   Run Sets will execute the selected sets based on their saved frequencies and expressions and will
      pick up the output date that is entered in the Select Indicators Window along with query expression
      (if any). The output of each set will be displayed in a separate Output Sheet.




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User Sets



     Creating / Saving

    User Sets are created from contents of the Select Indicators Window.

    To do this, click on   tool button or select Save Set option from the File menu. A Save As dialog box
    is displayed where your set will be saved in the user sets directory within the default working directory.

    This will save the selected indicators, their marked frequencies and the selected expressions (not the
    query expressions but the ones in the Select Indicators Window).

                                            Viewing / Loading Contents

        Click on  or select Run/Load Set option from the File menu. On doing so, the program displays
         a window where the list of CMIE and User Sets is displayed.

        The User Sets section displays the list of User Sets created and saved.

        Check mark one or more sets that you wish to use and then click on one of the execute buttons -
         Load Sets or Run Sets.

          Load Sets will simply load the selected sets with the frequencies and expressions that were saved
           with those indicators.

          Run Sets will execute the selected sets based on their saved frequencies and expressions and will
           pick up the output date that is entered in the Select Indicators window along with query expression
           (if any). The output of each set will be displayed in a separate Output Sheet.




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Tools Available



File Options:

     Run/Load Sets


    To select this option click on the        tool button.

        This displays a window where the list of CMIE and User Sets is displayed.

        The User Sets section displays the list of User Sets created and saved.

        Check mark one or more sets that you wish to use and then click on one of the execute buttons -
         Load Sets or Run Sets.

          Load Sets will simply load the selected sets with the frequencies and expressions that were saved
           with those indicators.

          Run Sets will execute the selected sets based on their saved frequencies and expressions and will
           pick up the output date that is entered in the Select Indicators Window along with query
           expression (if any).The output of each set will be displayed in a separate Output Sheet.

                                                         Save Set

    To select this option click on the        tool button.

        This displays a Save As dialog box where your set will be saved in the user sets directory with the
         default working directory.

        This will save the selected indicators, their selected frequencies and the selected expressions (not the
         query expressions but the ones in the Select Indicators Window).

                                                       Print Setup

    To select this option click on the        tool button.

    The Print Setup option opens a dialog box where you can:

        Change the printer properties

        Select the paper size for printing

        Select source of the paper (tray) in the printer and

        Set the orientation of paper - whether you want Portrait/Landscape.

                                                   Print Report View




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 To select this option click on the    tool button.

 This option will be enabled when the Report View mode is on. When selected, it sends the contents of
 the Report View to your default printer.


Edit Options:

  Paste


 Pastes contents of clipboard. You can select this option by clicking on the      tool button.

                                                  Clear All

 Clears all selected indicators. You can select this option by clicking on the    tool button.


View Options:

  Settings


 Allows you to change general program settings. You can select this option by clicking on the        tool
 button.


Click here for more on Settings.



Tools Options:

  Recall

 Recalls the indicators selected by you in the last run query. You can use this option by clicking on the
     tool button.




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    Organisation of Query Window



    The Query Window is organised into 3 data query modules which are..



         Select Indicators
         News by Category
          News by Text Search




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    Select Indicators



    The Select Indicators Window is the basic aspect of Industry Analysis Service. It permits searches on
    the database. With the query option, you can search for indicators which match the criteria that you may
    set.

     The Select Indicators Window will be displayed when you click on           tool button or select Select
      Indicators option from the Launcher menu.
     The Execute Commands can be used to perform the search.
     Results of a query are displayed in the Output Sheets.



    Organisation of the Select Indicators Window:

    The Select Indicators Window consists of the following sections:

      Industry Sectors

    This section has a list of different industry sectors for quick access. A click on any of the sector names,
    expands/collapses the tree item of the relevant sector in the List of Indicators section.

                                                 List of Indicators

    This is a comprehensive tree structure displaying indicators for the industry sectors. An indicator can be
    selected or unselected by a single mouse left click on the box next to the indicator name. To select or
    unselect an entire level in the tree structure press and hold the Control key and click the left mouse
    button once.

    If a + sign is displayed before any indicator's selection box, it means that there are further levels of
    indicators below the current indicator. To view the lower levels, click on the + sign. Then the + sign will
    also change to - which can be clicked to close the level.

    The Collapse All option in the right click menu in the indicators box can also be used to collapse the
    entire tree structure right up to the 1st level.

                                                    Frequencies

    This section provides the facility of selecting the frequencies for the required indicators required. The
    types of frequencies available are:
      Annual
      Quarterly
      Cumulative
      Monthly
      Weekly
      Daily
    Frequencies available for an indicator will be shown by a white empty box in this section. A single
    mouse left click is a toggle to mark or unmark the frequency.



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    Note: At least one frequency has to be marked in order to run your query. You may mark more than
    one frequency in any of your queries.
                                                   Expressions

    This section provides the expression types for the indicators. There are three types of expression
    provided:
     IVal - Indicator Value
     YoY - Year on Year Growth
     PoP - Present on Preceding Growth
    The expression "IVal" is selected by default. Explicit selection can however be made of any one or more
    of the three expressions listed above.

                                                  Selected Indicators
     This displays the list of indicators selected by you from the List of Indicators section.
     An indicator is displayed in the Selected Indicators section only if you mark at least one frequency for
      that indicator.
     If you click on any indicator in this list, the tree in the List of Indicators section will open to the
      indicator's level and highlight it.
     You can double click on any indicator in this list to remove it from the list. This also means unselecting
      the indicator in the Indicators Tree along with the frequencies selected for it.
                                                   Advanced Options

    Two advanced options are available in the Select Indicators Window:
     What's New
     Query



    What's New:
     This option facilitates viewing of indicators which were updated on one or more date(s) or date
      range(s).
     The list of update dates are displayed in the New Data Available section of the What's New dialog
      box. Double click on the required date or enter it in the Enter Date Range section of the What's New
      dialog box.
                Enter multiple dates by separating them with a comma ",".

        Eg: 16/07/2001,17/07/2001,18/07/2001

                Enter date range by separating two dates by a hyphen "-".

        Eg:16/07/2001-20/07/2001
     Mark the required frequencies to be searched and then click on the execute buttons: AND or OR.
                AND: This execute command searches for the updated data for the given date range and
                 frequencies from the selected indicators and keeps only those indicators which have been
                 updated.




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                OR: This execute command searches for any indicator(s) which have updated data for the
                 entered date range and frequencies in the What's New dialog box.

    Query:
     The expression and date conditions can be specified to apply to the selected indicators in the Query
      option.
     Type in the expressions in the Enter Expression area or select from the available list which is
      displayed by clicking on the Select Expression button.
     The headers can be changed by clicking on the Change Header/s button
     Give the appropriate date range for the query expression and click on OK.
     This will enable the query expression to be applied for the indicators. A green box next the Query
      button indicates usage of the query in the Select Indicators window.
     To clear a query, click first on the Clear All button and then on OK. The Clear All      tool button
      and Edit menu option also clears the Advance Query option contents.
                                              Select Output Format

    Allows you to select the output format:
     (1) Ind x Dt - Information on each Indicator will be displayed row-wise.
     (2) Dt x Ind - Information on each Indicator will be displayed column-wise.
    The default output format of your choice can be selected using the Settings option from the Tools menu
    or the Settings tool button    on the Tools toolbar.

                                               Enter Output Date

    This provides the year(s) for which data is required. An example of various entries for this are given
    below:


                              Syntax                    Output Result

                              L                         One column - latest data
                              1999                      One column 1999
                              199912                    One column 1999
                              DEC1999                   One column 1999
                              1999-2000                 2 columns
                              199812 -                  From 199812 till available
                                                        data
                              - 2001                    From available data till
                                                        200112
                              L3                        Any of latest 3 records
                                                        from database. 3 column
                                                        output L, L-2, L-3
                              ALL                       All data for the selected
                                                        Indicators and frequencies




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                                           Select Date Interval
 The Date Interval is a tool that assits you in specifying multiple dates across a date range, where
 the interval between each data point is specified by the user. For example, if you want to generate all
 Cumulative frequency data of Cement Production in the month of June for all years between 1995 and
 2003, normally you would type in the years as 199506,199606, 199706.. .

 With the help of the Date Interval feature you can now just type in the range like 199506-200306 and
 select the Annual option from the Date Interval drop down to get all June Cumulative numbers. You just
 need to select the Cement Production Indicator and Cumulative frequency and generate the data.


Execute Commands




The selection is to be articulated by you in terms of selecting the indicators through Structured Selection
process and selecting the required frequencies and expressions. After the selection is specified in the
above manner click on the any of the execute buttons to run the query.

Note: For running the query first time, you have to use the OR Execute Button.

On doing so a window will pop up to indicate the progress in executing the query.

A query can be aborted midway by clicking on the cancel button.

On completion of a query, the results are provided in the Output Sheets . The indicators selected up to
the last execution of the query are displayed in the Output Sheets, along with the values of expressions on
which the query was performed. Information provided in the Output Sheets can also be further
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News by Category



This is a structured search by sector which will yield news abstracts on all the important developments in
the sector selected. This particular search feature also allows you to view articles which are related to
one or more industry sectors using logical operands.




The basic layout of this search feature is as follows:

Click on          tool button or select News by Categorywise option from the                Query drop down
toolutton.



     Indicators

    This is the complete list of all industry sectors. Double click on the Industry to select it. It will then be
    displayed in the Selected Category/s section.

                                                 Selected Category/s

    The selected indicators are displayed in this section. Here you have the option to give conditions for
    performing search, using the following arithmetic operators:

     ( : Open parenthesis




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     ) : Close parenthesis

     & : Uses the logical operator AND

     | : Uses the logical operator OR

     ! : Implies NOT that particular indicator

                                  Enter Text to search in the above Category

    This search facility is available for the above mentioned categories.

    Enter the text string to search for in the text box and click on Search button.

    For example: To search for Polymers in the list of Indicators, enter 'polymers' in the text box and click
    on Search button. As a result, the cursor will be placed on subject with the text string 'polymers'
    anywhere in its name.

                                                    Date Range

    Allows you to enter a desired date(s) or a date-range(s) for the article search. "L" indicates latest
    available article.

                            Search for Indicators in the Current Indicator Sheet
    Check mark against this option to search for new articles on indicators in current Indicator Output
    Sheet.
                                              Execute Commands

    OR

    Click on this button to add the results of this query to the current output sheet in the Output Sheets
    Window.

    NEW

    Click on this button to add the results of this query to the current output sheet in the Output Sheets
    Window. This sheet will then be marked as the current output sheet.

    REPLACE

    Click on this button to replace the contents of the current output sheet in the Output Sheets Window,
    with the results of this query.

    AND

    Click on this button to keep articles in the current output sheet which match the results of this query.

    ADD-COL

    Click on this button to add the selected information to the current output sheet for articles which match
    the given criteria without removing any article from the sheet.



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 NOT

 Click on this button to remove from the current active sheet, all indicators whose name appears in the
 results of this query.
 While the query is running, the progress of the query is displayed in the progress box. To stop the query
 midway, click on the Stop button and the output till that point is displayed. Click on the Abort button if
  you want to cancel the query. These two buttons will not respond if the query is already over and the
                       results are being formatted for display in the output sheets.
The result of the query is then displayed in the News Output Sheet Window.




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    News by Text Search



    News articles on any particular Indicator can be searched by performing a text (word) query on the
    contents of the articles.




    To use this query, do the following:

        Click on       tool button or select News by Text Search option from the            Query drop down
         toolbutton.
        Enter a text string in 'Enter word for auto search' text box. The auto search feature searches for the
         string that you have typed in the database. The search is limited only to a single word entry.
    For Example : To search for news articles on steel.
               Enter the text string 'steel' in the auto search text box.
        The results of word auto search will be displayed in 'Matching words found in Articles' section.
         Double-click on the required word to insert it in the 'Enter word string to search in news article'.
        To make the search process more specific use the arithmetic operators.
         The different operators available for the search are:
          ( : Open parenthesis
          ) : Close parenthesis
          or : Uses the logical operator OR



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          and : Uses the logical operator AND
          not : Implies NOT that particular word/string
          near : Specifies the proximity/gap between two or more words in a sentence. The proximity level
           can be selected from the list box provided below the operator buttons.
         For Example: "steel + automobile" along with a proximity of 4 will search for articles where the
         words steel and automobile are within 4 words of each other.
          para : gives the conditions that word1 and word2 have to be in a single paragraph in the news
           article.
         For Example: "cement - madhya - pradesh" will search for news articles where all the three words
         appear in a single paragraph.
        Enter the date range in 'Enter Date Range to search for' section.
        To search for news articles on indicators in current Indicator Output sheet check mark against Search
         for Indicators in current Indicator Sheet.
        To execute the query, select any one of the six Execute Commands buttons displayed in the bottom
         right hand side of the Query display area.
         OR

         Click on this button to add the results of this query to the current output sheet in the Output Sheets
         Window.

         NEW

         Click on this button to add the results of this query to a new output sheet in the Output Sheets
         Window. This sheet will then be marked as the current output sheet.

         REPLACE

         Click on this button to replace the contents of the current output sheet in the Output Sheets Window,
         with the results of this query.

         AND

         Click on this button to keep news articles in the current output sheet which match the results of this
         query.

         ADD-COL

         Click on this button to add the selected information to the current output sheet for news articles which
         match the given criteria without removing any news articles from the sheet.

         NOT

         Click on this button to remove from the current active sheet, all indicators whose name appears in the
         results of this query.

    While the query is running, the progress of the query is displayed in the progress box. To stop the query
    midway, click on the Stop button and the output till that point is displayed. Click on the Abort button if



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you want to cancel the query. These two buttons will not respond if the query is already over and the
results are being formatted for display in the output sheets.

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    Chart Viewer



    The Charting utility is a powerful tool for graphical representation of the data in Industry Analysis
    Service. There are three ways in which data is sourced for creating the charts:
     Output Sheets
     Analysis Worksheet
     Chart Templates




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    Output Sheets


       To use the option do the following :-
         Mark the data range to be plotted from an Output Sheet.
        The data range selected should be a continuous range of cells and not two different ranges. If two
        different ranges are selected then the last range selected will be plotted.

         Click on       toolbutton or select Charts option in the Launcher menu.
         As a result, a Charts Viewer will be displayed. By default, the data will plotted as Line chart.
         You may change the chart type by selecting the desired type from the Chart drop down list.
         Checkmark against the Date Time in X-axis checkbox to view the precise date on the X-axis for
          the data plotted.



        You may also create charts based on CMIE templates or create User templates. Click here to know
        more.




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    Analysis Worksheet


     Mark the data range/s to be plotted from the Analysis Worksheet.
    The data range selected should be a continuous range of cells and not two different ranges. If two
    different ranges are selected then the last range selected will be plotted.

     Click on       toolbutton or select Charts option in the Launcher menu.
     As a result, a Charts Viewer will be displayed. By default, the data will plotted as Line chart.
     You may change the chart type by selecting the desired type from the Chart drop down list.
     Checkmark against the Date Time in X-axis checkbox to view the precise date on the X-axis for the
      data plotted.




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    Chart Templates



    Charts can be created from CMIE templates         and User templates



    To create charts based on templates do the following:
     Select the desired indicators by clicking on them in the Output sheet or in the Select Indicators
      Structured List.
     Click on     toolbutton or select Charts option in the Launcher menu.
     Checkmark against the Database Source Entities in the Chart Viewer. The indicators selected in the
      Output Sheet will now be displayed in the section below the checkbox.
     Select the indicators in the above mentioned section and select the desired template in the Select
      Template section. As a result, chart based on the indicators specified in the template will be created in
      the right hand side section.
     By default, the chart will be plotted for latest 50 records. You may entire the required number of
      records in the Days/Date Range text box. Checkmark against Freeze date to apply the changed
      number of records across the other templates.
     You may select the required frequency from the Frequency drop down list. By default, Annual
      Frequency is selected. Checkmark against Freeze frequency to apply the changed frequency across
      the other templates.
     Plot name & Parameters box will display the function name which is used to plot the chart. The
      parameters used for the function can be changed by entering the required values in the corresponding
      text boxes.
     Click on the Refresh button to view the changes made.




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    CMIE Templates



    CMIE Templates       are consist of indicators and parameters to plot a chart.

    Following are the chart templates available in Industry Analysis Service :
     Simple Plot
     Exponential Plot
     YOY Growth (% chg)
     Relative Performance
     Internal Plot
     Trendlines
     Simple Moving Average
     Weighted Moving Average
     Exponential Moving Average




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    Simple Plot


    Chart Type: Line Chart
    Number of Entities displayed at a time: One.
    Time Range: Latest 50 records.
    Frequency: Annual
    Vectors: Value




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    Exponential Plot


    Chart Type: Line Chart
    Number of Entities displayed at a time: One.
    Time Range: Latest 50 records
    Frequency: Annual
    Vectors: One
          log of value




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    YOY Growth (% chg)


    Chart Type: Line Chart
    Number of Entities displayed at a time: One.
    Time Range: Latest 50 records.
    Frequency: Annual
    Vectors: Year on year growth




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    Relative Performance


    Chart Type: Line Chart
    Number of Entities: Upto a maximum of 10.
    Time Range: 1950 - 2002.
    Frequency: Daily
    The beginning point of all vectors (selected indicators values) is set to 100. All subsequent values (vi
     )are computed as follows. vi = (pi/(p(i-1)), where p is the value.




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    Internal Plot


     Chart Type: Line Chart
     Number of Entities: Single.
     Time Range: 1950 - 2002.
     Frequency: Annual
     Interval: 12
    The object of this chart is to show a comparative chart with each series being shown as a 12
    points series. The entire date range is split up into intervals of 12 points each. If you select Monthly as
    your frequency then the chart intervals will be 12 month or yearly intervals.




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    Trendlines


    Chart Type: One Chart Line type
    Number of Entities displayed at a time: One
    Time Range: Latest 50 records.
    Frequency: Annual
    Vectors : One
          Value
    Trendlines are plotted on the price line using the default trendlines indicator of Teechart.




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    Simple Moving Average


    Chart Type: Line Chart
    Number of Entities displayed at a time: One.
    Time Range: Latest 50 records.
    Frequency: Annual
    Vectors: Three
          Value, pi
          7-day simple moving average, ps7 = Avg of current and preceding 7 days values.
          30-day simple moving average ps30 = Avg of current and preceding 30 days values.




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    Weighted Moving Average


  Chart Type: Line Chart
  Number of Entities displayed at a time: One.
  Time Range: Latest 50 records.
  Frequency: Annual
  Weighted moving averages assign higher weights to recent periods. Weights decline linearly as time
   recedes.
 Vectors: Three
  1. Value, p i
  2. 7-day weighted moving average, p w7 = See formula for n days below.
  3. 30-day weighted moving average pw30 = See formula for n days below.

        Weighted moving average over n days =
        (pt.n + p(t-1).(n-1) + p(t-2).(n-2) + & + p(t-(n-1)).(n-(n-1)) ) / (n + (n-1) + & + (n-(n-1))
        where pt is today's value
    7 and 30 should be shown as default values of parameters.




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    Exponential Moving Average


    Chart Type: Line Chart
    Number of Entities displayed at a time: One
    Time Range: Latest 50 records.
    Frequency: Annual
    Vectors: Three
          Value, pi
          7-day exponential moving average, pe7 = See formula for n days below.
          30-day exponential moving average pe30 = See formula for n days below.
          The exponential moving average over n days is computed as follows:

            First, we determine the value of the exponential factor (e).
            The value of n determines e.
            If n <= 5, e is 0.4
            If 5 < n < 10, e is 0.2
            If 10 < n < 20, e is 0.1
            If n >= 20, e is 0.05

            The first (earliest) exponential moving average (ema) value is the simple moving average over
            the preceding n days. The following ema values are estimated as follows.

            ema = prev(ema) + e*(price - prev(ema))
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    User Templates



    You may create User templates       to plot charts.

    Creating User Templates.
     Checkmark against Database Source Entities. Select anyone of the templates in Select Template
      section.
     Click on Edit Template button. As a result, a Edit Template dialog box will be displayed.




     You may want to plot single or multiple indicators in one chart. Accordingly, select the required option
      from the Number of Entities drop down list.
     Enter the number of days or date range in the Date Range text box. By default, L50 (i.e) latest 50
      records will be selected.
     Annual frequency will be selected by default.
     Data Indicator section
              Click on Select Indicator text box, as a result Select Expression dialog box will be
                 displayed. Double click on any of the required expression, which will then be displayed in
                 the Select Indicator section.
              You may select the chart type from the Plot Type drop down list.
              Enter the required chart title in the Plot Title text box.
              You may select the plot position from Plot Position drop down list. The available positions
                 are: Upper and Lower.
              To add another indicator to plot, click on Add new Indicator button.



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              To delete a particular indicator, select the row and click on Delete Selected Indicator
               button.
   Function Indicator section
            Click on Select Indicators text box, as a result function drop down list will be displayed.
               Select any of the required function, which will then be displayed in the Select Indicator
               section.
            You may select the chart type from the Plot Type drop down list.
            Enter the required chart title in the Plot Title text box.
            You may select the plot position from Plot Position drop down list. The available positions
               are: Upper and Lower.
            Select the number of indicators from the Data Source drop down list.
            You may specify different parameters of a function in Day1, Day2 and Extra textbox.
            To add another function, click on Add new Function button.
            To delete a particular function, select the row and click on Delete Selected Function button.
   To save the template, click on Save button. A Save As dialog box is displayed showing the
    default directory where you can save your template. The default directory is Usercht. Enter the
    required file name and click on Save button.
   The User template name will be included in Select Template section.




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File Options



  Import from Output Sheet

 Select the Import from Output Sheet option in the File menu to import a chart exiting in an Output Sheet
 to the Chart Viewer.
                                        Export To Output Sheet
 Select the Export to Output Sheet option in the File menu to export a chart created in the Chart Viewer
 to an Output Sheet. To view more than one chart in one Output Sheet, select the Output Sheet Per
 Page option in the View Menu in the Output Sheet and select the Export to Output Sheet option.
                                                    Print

 Printing of the current chart can be done by selecting Print Option in File menu.

 This will directly send all the page(s) in the active document to the printer and print a single copy of the
 active document.

                                                Print Preview

 The Print Preview option for Charts allows you to specify margins, paper orientation, the level of detail,
 and print settings. The changes are displayed immediately in the print view window. The page margin
 lines, when visible in the View area can be moved directly by the single click and drag mouse action.




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Edit Options



     Delete Lines

    To delete line that you may have created as pointers in your charts select the Delete Lines option in the
    Edit menu.
                                               Clear Database Entities
    Clear Database Entities option in the Edit menu will clear the entities that you have selected as database
    source.
                                                 Right Click Actions
    To activate the right click actions select the Right Click Actions option in the Edit menu.
                                                      Properties

    There are 2 principal sections to the Chart Properties, Chart parameters and the Series parameters,
    which are separated as 2 tabs of the Chart Properties.

        Chart

    You may add a mixture of different Series types to the Chart to define the specific Chart of your choice.

                 Format Page

    Contains Series type specific parameters.

                 General Page

    Series value format, Axis association.

                 Marks Page

    Series Mark format, text, frame and back colour and positioning.

                 Data Source Page

    Access to Function definition and ODBC data sourcing

        Series

          Series page

         Series pages will contain parameters dependant on the series type concerned. The Combo box at the
         top of the Series tab page shows which series you are editing.

    Note here that you are not limited to predefined Chart types. Most Series types are compatible with
    other Series types on the same Chart. Those Series types not available are greyed out.

    To add a new Series to a Chart select the Add button on this page which will display the Chart Gallery.




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 Select the Series type of choice from the gallery and it will display on the Series page of the Chart
 Editor.

           General Page

 Margins, Zoom and Scroll, Print Preview and Export.

           Axis Page

 All Axes definition. Some parameters depend upon the Series associated with the axis.

 For example, Date time depends on whether the Series data has date time definition, this can be
 configured on the Series 'General' page of the Series concerned.

           Titles Page

 Chart Header and Footer.

           Legend Page

 Legend display. Formatted displays work in conjunction with the Chart Series. See also the 'General'
 page of the Series.

           Panel Page

 Chart Panel display properties. Colours, Bevels, Back images, Colour Gradient and Border.

           Paging Page

 Definition of number of points per chart page. May be used to browse at design time, too, if your data is
 sourced from an ODBC data source.

           Walls Page

 Left, Bottom and Backwall size and Colour definitions.

           3D Page

 Enable/disable and modify 3D display parameters.




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View Options



  Pages

 Select Pages option in the View menu to to view the created chart in multiple pages.
                                                  Legend
 To change the position of chart legend select Legend option in the View menu.




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PDF Documents



The monthly document released under the Industry Analysis Service, named as "Indian Industry: A
Monthly Review" is available in the PDF format for easy viewing and navigation. The entire document as
well as individual Industry Sectors are available as separate PDF files.




The search and access to the PDF documents is available thru two options, the PDF query      and the
Document Viewer       . These options are also accessible via the Launcher Menu.




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    PDF Query


    Click on      tool button or select the PDF Query option from the Launcher menu. This will display a
     window which gives you tools to select required documents.
    In the Select Industry Sector(s) section, click on one or more sector names for which you wish to view
     the documents.
    The Select from available dates section gives a list of the publication issues that may contain your
     required documents.
    IAS provides you with a document which gives basic information of all the sectors. To access this
     document, select Entire from the list of sector names and select Basic Facts in the Type section.
    You can perform a word search within the available documents. To do this, unselect any sectors if
     selected. Type in the keywords and click on the Find Documents button.
    Having selected the issues dates, click on the Find button. This will list out all the documents pertaining
     to the selected sectors within the given date range, in the Found Documents section.
    You may double click on the document name in the Found Documents section or click on the
     Document Viewer toolbutton to view the document/s in PDF format.
    This will launch the Document Viewer in Acrobat Reader®.




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    Document Viewer



    Document Viewer enables you to view documents selected in the PDF query.

     Click on the     toolbutton to access the Document Viewer. If the Document viewer is accessed
      without any selections in the PDF query, then the Basic Facts document is loaded.
     Click on the Bookmark tab, to view the list of selected documents. You may then click on
      the required document name to view the document. This list of selection can also be viewed by
      clicking on the Document menu.
     Also, Prev     and Next     buttons are available for browsing through the viewed documents.



    Viewing tables in PDF files as Microsoft Excel® files :

    Tables available in the PDF documents can be viewed as Microsoft Excel® files.
     When you move your mouse cursor over the table in the PDF document, the mouse cursor changes to
      a hand symbol.
     Click on the table with this hand symbol. The data in the table will be exported to an Excel®
      spreadsheet.




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Output Sheets



The results of all query executions, news articles search and Chart creations are displayed in this
window. The Output Sheets window can hold multiple sheets each displayed in a separate tab. Each
sheet is accessible by clicking on its tab which displays the sheet name.

There are three types of output sheets displayed in this window,

Indicator Data

News Outputs

Chart Outputs




The Output Sheet Status can be changed by using the      drop down tool button. You can also rename
the Sheet by using the    tool button.




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    Indicator Data



    The indicator data sheet gives the list of indicators based on your query.

    The following options makes it easy to navigate through the data in this Output Sheet:
     File Options
     Edit Options
     View Options
     Tools
     Right Click Menu




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File Options



Explained here are the different options that are available in this section.



     Open

    When you click on the Open          toolbutton, a dialog box is displayed showing the default directory
    where it expects your files to be. This default directory is the working/ start in directory as specified in
    the program shortcut properties. Select a file with a single click, from the available list and click on the
    Open button.
    To open a file from a different location do the following:
     In the Look in box, click the drive or folder that contains the file.

     In the folder list, double-click folders until you open the folder that contains the file you want.

     Double-click the file you want to open.

                                                         Save
    When you click on the Save          toolbutton, a dialog box is displayed showing the default directory
    where you can save your file. This default directory is the working/ start in directory as specified in the
    program shortcut properties.
    The Save dialog box opens only when a file is saved for the first time. When you click on the Save
    toolbutton again for the same file in the same session, the file will get saved automatically without asking
    for any confirmation, file name or location. To save a copy of the file with a different file name or
    location, use the Save As option.
    To save a file in a different folder while using the Save option, do the following:
      Select the appropriate drive from the "Save in" box, or double-click a different folder in the folder
      list.

      To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

      In the File name box, type a name for the file.

      Click on the Save button.

                                                       Save As

    The Save As          has the same functionality as the Save option except that it allows you to save a copy
    of a file with a different file name.
    To save a file using the Save As option, do the following:
      Select the appropriate drive from the "Save in" box, or double-click a different folder in the folder
      list.

      To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.




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      In the File name box, type a name for the file.

      Click on the Save button.

                                                 Save As Excel file
    The Save As Excel file       option allows you to save the current Output Sheet as Microsoft Excel file
    (.xls). For this Microsoft Excel is required to be installed on the Computer which is being used for
    accessing Industry Analysis Service.
    To save an output sheet as an Excel file:
     Select Save As Excel file from File Menu or click on Save As Excel file tool button.

     To save the file in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list.

     To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the file.

     Select the Entire (entire worksheet) or Selection (selected cells) option, displayed at the bottom of
      the "Save As Excel file" box, as per your requirement.

     Click on the Save button.

                                                 Save As Text file
    The Save as Text file     option allows you to save the contents of an output sheet as a Text file (.txt).
    To save the contents of an output sheet to a Text file:
     Select Save as Text file from File Menu or click on Save as Text file tool button.

     To save the file in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list

     To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder

     In the File name box, type a name for the file.

     Select the Tab Delimited or Pipe Delimited option, displayed at the bottom of the "Save as Text file"
      box, as per your requirement.

     Click on the Save button.

                                                   Set Print Area

    Sets the selected cells as the area to be printed. Follow the steps given below for using this option.

     Mark the desired cells to be printed.

     Click on the     toolbutton or select the Set Print Area option from the File menu.

     Only the selected cells will be printed when you give the print command.




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                                                  Clear Print Area
    Clears the print area setting. Click on the    toolbutton to clear the print area, set previously for the
    current sheet using the Set Print Area option.
    Note: This will be disabled unless you have set up a print area using the Set Print Area option
                                                    Page Setup
    The Page Setup         option gives a dialog box where you can:
     Set the left, right, top and bottom margins for the page.

     Select centering of data on the page.

     This can be done by marking or unmarking the check boxes labeled-Vertical and Horizontal. Vertical
      will center the data vertically on the page. Horizontal will center the data horizontally on the page.

    The following properties can be marked or unmarked as per your requirements:

     Row Header: Displays the row header as 1,2,3,4...etc

     Column Header: Displays the column header as A, B,C, D,E...etc

     Horizontal Lines: Displays horizontal grid lines

     Vertical Lines: Displays vertical grid lines

     Print Frame: Prints the grid border

     Only Black and White: Sets the document printing in black and white mode.

     Print Preview: Allows you to preview the page to be printed based on your page setup selections.

                                                      Print Setup

    The Print Setup        option allows you to change the following Print Settings:

     Printer properties

     Paper size

     Source of the paper (tray) in the printer and

     Orientation of paper - whether you want Portrait/ Landscape.

                                                     Print Preview

    This feature allows you to preview the current Output Sheet as it would be printed with the current Print
    Settings.

     Click on the Print Preview   toolbutton to navigate through all your desired pages to be printed, by
      using the Next Page and Prev Page buttons.

     The Two Page option allows you to preview two pages on the screen simultaneously. While in Two



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      Page mode, the button shows you the toggle option to revert back to the One Page mode.

     Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons allow you to magnify and reduce the size of the preview respectively.


     The Close button is used to exit from the Print Preview mode.

     Click on Print to send the sheet being viewed for printing.

                                                        Print

    Printing of the current Output Sheet can be done using one of the following two options:

     Click on the Print Direct      toolbutton on the toolbar:

    This will directly send all the page(s) in the active document to the printer and print a single copy of the
    active document.

     Select the print option from the file menu:
    This will display the Print dialog box where you can:
    Specify the range of pages to be printed.
    Specify the number of copies to be printed.
    Change Printer properties by clicking on the Properties button.




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Edit Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.



     Copy

    To copy the contents of a cell or a cell range to the Analysis Worksheet or another spreadsheet:

      Click on the source cell or mark the cell range.

     Click on the       toolbutton or select the Copy option from the Right Click menu or from the Edit
      menu.

     Use the Paste option in Analysis Worksheet or an external spreadsheet to paste the contents to that
      location.

                                                    Delete Rows
     To delete row(s) use the Delete row(s) option.

      Select the row to be deleted.

     Click on       toolbutton or select the Delete Row(s) option from the Edit menu.

                                                  Delete Columns

    To delete column(s) use the Delete Column(s) option.

     Select the column to be deleted.

     Click on       or select the Delete Column(s) option from the Edit menu.

                                               Delete Current Sheet

    To delete an output sheet:

      Select the output sheet by clicking on it's tab to bring it on top.

     Click on the Delete Current Sheet         toolbutton or select the Delete Current Sheet option from the
      Edit Menu




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View Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.

     Normal View

    This option zooms the current Output Sheet to normal view (100%). Click on the               toolbutton or
    select the Normal View option can be selected from the View menu.
                                                   Zoom In
    To increase the view size of the current Output Sheet, click on the Zoom In   toolbutton or select the
    Zoom In option from the View menu. By default, the view size will be enlarged by 125% of the current
    view.
                                                    Zoom Out
    To decrease the view size of the current Output Sheet click on Zoom Out    toolbutton or select the
    Zoom Out option from the View menu. By default, the view size will be decreased by 75% of the
    current view.
                                                      Find

    To search for a character or numerical string in the current Output Sheet, use the Find option.

     Click on the Find       toolbutton or select the Find option from the View menu.

     On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed.

     In the Find What text box, type the string required to be searched.

     If the search string exists in the file then, the cursor will be placed there highlighting the search string.

     If the search string does not exist in the file, a "Cannot find xyz" message will be displayed, where xyz
      is the entered search string.

                                                        Settings
    To customize the program settings, click on Settings    toolbutton or select the Settings option from
    the View menu.
                                        Click here for more on Settings




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Tools



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.

     Sort Rows

    This option includes:

     Ascending

      This sorts the rows by the selected column in ascending order. Select the Ascending option from the
      Sort Rows       toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.

     Descending

      This sorts the rows by the selected column in descending order. Select the Descending option from
      the Sort Rows         toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.

     Multiple

          This option sorts the rows by more than one column at a time.

             Select the Ascending option from the Sort Rows          toolbutton, Right Click menu or from
              Tools menu.

             On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed. Select the columns from the left section on which
              you want to perform the row sorting.

             On selecting the required column headers, you may shift the position of the column headers in
              the right section (Selected Headers section) by using the drag and drop feature.

             You can toggle between ascending and descending option next to the column header in the
              Selected Headers section.

             Click on Sort button to perform the required sorting.

                                                  Sort Columns

    This option includes:

     Ascending

    This sorts the columns by a selected row in an ascending order. Select the Ascending option from the
    Sort Columns       toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.


     Descending



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         This sorts the columns by a selected row in a descending order. Select the Descending option from
         the Sort Columns      toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.

        Multiple

         This option sorts the columns by more than one row at a time.

          Select the Multiple option from the Sort Columns        toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools
           menu.

          On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed. Select the rows from the left section on which you
           want to perform the column sorting.

          On selecting the required row headers, you may shift the position of the row headers in the right
           section (Selected Headers section) by using the drag and drop feature.

          You can toggle between ascending and descending option next to the row header in the Selected
           Headers section.

          Click on Sort button to perform the required sorting.

                                               Output Sheet Status

    All results of the queries run by you will be merged with, added to or removed from the Current
    Indicator Sheet or a blank one if there is no such sheet available in the Output Sheets Window. The tab
    of each sheet displays a star, whose colour indicates where a sheet is in Active, Blank or Force status.
    Though several sheets can be marked as having a blank status, only one sheet can be marked as
    Current and only one sheet can have the Force status.

    Output Sheet Status        : Explained below are the implications of the three states that an Output Sheet
    can have:

    Blank
    Retains the contents of the current sheet and puts the output of the next query to a new sheet.

    Current
    Displays the output of the next query in the current sheet.

    Force
    Displays the output of the next query in the Force sheet. This can be explained with the help of the
    following example:

    Consider you have two sheets - Sheet1 and Sheet2 of which Sheet2 is in current state and Sheet1 is in
    blank state. If you want to retain the data of Sheet2 and work on Sheet1 for your next query, make
    Sheet1 as current. This makes the state of Sheet2 blank. After having performed the work on Sheet1
    (which is in current state), you delete the sheet. This leaves Sheet2 in blank state. Now if you want to
    work on the data in Sheet2, the query will not be able to work with that data since the sheet is in blank
    state.




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 So, when you want to work with data in Sheet1, change it to forced state instead of current state. This
 will ensure that Sheet2 gets a current state after Sheet1 is deleted.




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    Right Click Menu



    Some of the most commonly used tools are available in the Right Click menu.


     Place the cursor on the required cell.
     Click the right mouse button.
     This will display the list of tools available in the Right Click menu.


    Following is the list of tools available in the Right Click menu:
             Copy
             Clear All
             Delete Row(s)
             Delete Column(s)
             Row Sorting
             Column Sorting
             Create Notes
             Related News




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    News Outputs



    The news articles obtained on performing the Categorywise Search and the Text Search are displayed in
    News Output Sheet.

    The News display consists of two sections:
     Header:This gives a list of all the articles found, based on the search criteria. Click on one/more
      header to view the contents of those articles.
     Article content: Contents of news articles are displayed in this section.



    The desired news articles can be searched using the following two options:

    Categorywise

    Text Search




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File Options



Explained here are the different options that are available in this section.




          Open

    When you click on Open, a dialog box is displayed which takes you to the default directory where it
    expects your files to be. This default directory is the working/start in directory as specified in the
    program shortcut properties. To open a file in some other local/network location, select the appropriate
    path.

    To open a document on your hard disk or on the network:

     Select Open from File Menu or click on Open tool button.

     In the Look in box, click the drive or folder that contains the document.

     In the folder list, double-click folders until you open the folder that contains the document you want.

     Double-click the document you want to open.

                                                          Save

    When you click on Save, a dialog box is displayed which takes you to the default directory where you
    can save your file. This default directory is the working/start in directory as specified in the program
    shortcut properties.

    Save dialog box opens only once for a particular file when it is saved for the first time. To save a copy
    of the file with a new file name, select the Save As option.

    If you would like to share your file with others then save your file on the network.

    To save a new, unnamed document:

     Select Save from File Menu or click on Save tool button.

     To save the document in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list.

       To save the document in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the document.

     Click Save.

                                                        Save As



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    The Save As option has the same functionality as the Save option except that it allows one file to be
    saved as multiple copies with unique file names.

    If you would like to share your file with others then save your file on the network.

    To save a copy of a document:

     Select Save As from File Menu or click on Save As tool button.

     In the File name box, type a new name for the document.

     Click Save.



    Note: To save the copy in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or click a different
    folder name in the folder list, or both. To save the copy in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

                                                     Save As Word

    The Save As Word option allows you to save the data from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet as
    Microsoft® Word files (.doc).

    If you would like to share your file with others then save your file on the network.

    To save a document as Word file:

     Select Save As Word from File Menu or click on Save As Word tool button.

     To save the document in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list.

       To save the document in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the document.

     Select entire file or selection at the bottom of the box as per your requirement

     Click Save.

                                                      Save As Text

    The Save As Text option allows you to save the data from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet as
    Text files (.txt).

    If you would like to share your file with others then save your file on the network.

    Save a document as Text file:

     Select Save As Text from File Menu or click on Save As Text tool button.



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     To save the document in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list.

       To save the document in a new folder, click Create New Folder

     In the File name box, type a name for the document.

     Select Tab Delimited or Pipe Delimited at the bottom of the box as per your requirement

     Click Save.

                                                     Set Print Area

    Sets the selected cells to print area.

                                                       Page Setup

    The Page Setup option gives a dialog box where you can:

     Set the left, right, top and bottom margins for the page.

     Select centering of data on the page.

     This can be done by marking or unmarking the check boxes labeled - Vertical and Horizontal

    Vertical will center the data vertically on the page.

    Horizontal will center the data horizontally on the page.



    The following properties can be marked or unmarked as per your requirements:

     Row Header: Displays the row header as 1,2,3,4...etc

     Column Header: Displays the column header as A,B,C,D,E...etc

     Horizontal Lines: Displays horizontal grid lines

     Vertical Lines: Displays vertical grid lines

     Print Frame: Prints the grid border

     Only Black and White: Sets the document printing in black and white mode.

     Print Preview: Allows you to preview the page to be printed based on your page setup selections.

                                                       Print Setup

    The Print Setup option gives you a dialog box where you can:




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     Change the printer properties

     Select the paper size for printing

     Select source of the paper (tray) in the printer and

     Set the orientation of paper - whether you want Portrait/Landscape.

                                                        Print Preview
     Allows you to preview the page to be printed.

     In this mode, you can navigate through all your desired pages to be printed by using the Next Page
      and Prev Page buttons.

     Two Page is a toggle mode that allows you to preview two pages at a time. While in two page mode,
      the button shows you the toggle option to revert back to one page mode.

     Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons allow you to magnify and reduce the size of the preview
      respectively.

     Close brings you out of the print preview mode.

     Print button takes you to the print dialog box where you can primarily specify the range of pages and
      the number of copies to be printed.

                                                           Printing

    Printing can be done in two ways:



    1. By clicking on the Print Direct button on the toolbar:

              This will directly send all the page(s) in the active document to the printer and print a single
               copy of the active document.



    2. Selecting the print option from the file menu:

    This will display a dialog box where you can:

              Specify the range of pages to be printed.

              The number of copies to be printed.

              Change of printer properties can also be done through this dialog box by clicking on the
               Properties button next to your printer name.




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Edit Options



Explained here are the different options that are available in this section.




      Copy

 Copies the selection to clipboard.
                                                     Clear All
 Clears all contents.
                                                  Delete Row(s)
 Deletes the selected row(s).
                                              Delete Output Sheet
 Deletes the current Output Sheet.
                        Output Sheet Status:Click here for more on Output Sheet Status.




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View Options



Explained here are the different options that are available in this section.




          Show All

    Displays all the notes in a contiguous manner for your reference.

                                                Normal View
    Zooms the current sheet to normal view (100%).
                                                     Zoom In
    Zooms the current sheet to 125 % of the current view.
                                                     Zoom Out
    Zooms the current sheet to 75 % of the current view.
                                                          Find

    This option opens up a dialog box where you can type for a search string or a number you are
    looking for in the Worksheet.

     In the Find What text box, type the string you want to search for.

     If your search string exists in the document then, the cursor will be placed there highlighting the search
      string.

     If the search string does not exist in the document, a "Cannot find xyz" message will be displayed
      where xyz is the search string entered by you.

                                                        Settings

    Allows you to change general program settings.

                                         Click here for more on settings.




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Chart Outputs



Charts plotted in Industry Analysis Service are displayed in the Output Sheets Window. You can
either plot new Charts or add an additional series to existing Chart in the Output Sheets Window.

Use the Settings Option to specify the default Chart properties like, Chart
Type, Data Series and Back Colour.

    Tools Available :

    File Options:

     Save

     Select Save from File Menu or click on the Save         toolbutton.

     A dialog box is displayed with options to save the chart image as:

                Bitmap (*.bmp)

                Metafile (*.wmf)

                Enhanced Metafile (*.emf)

                Jpeg Image (*.jpg)

                After selecting the required file format, you can save the chart to a file or copy it to the
                 clipboard

                                                      Save As
    The Save As       option has the same functionality as the Save option except that it allows one file to be
    saved as multiple copies with unique file names.
                                                   Print Setup

    The Print Setup     option gives you a dialog box where you can:


     Change the printer properties

     Select the paper size for printing

     Select source of the paper (tray) in the printer and

     Set the orientation of paper - whether you want Portrait/ Landscape.

                                                   Print Preview




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 The Print Preview        option for Charts allows you to specify margins, paper orientation, the level of
 detail, and print settings. The changes are displayed immediately in the print view window. The page
 margin lines, when visible in the View area can be moved directly by the single click and drag mouse
 action.




                                                    Printing

 Printing can be done in two ways:

           By clicking on the Print Direct     on the toolbar:

            This will directly send all the page(s) in the active document to the printer and print a
            single copy of the active document.

           Selecting the print option from the File Menu:

            This will display a dialog box where you can:

            Specify the range of pages to be printed.

   The number of copies to be printed.

   Change of printer properties can also be done through this dialog box by clicking on the Properties
   button next to your printer name.




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                                                Edit Options:
  Copy</STRONG< A>

 Click on the Copy        toolbutton to copy the current chart to clipboard.
                                                   Clear All
 Click on the Clear All      toolbutton to Clear the current chart sheet.
                                            Delete Output Sheet
 Click on the Delete Output Sheet        toolbutton to delete the current chart sheet.
                                              View Options:
  Normal View

 Click on the Normal View          toolbutton to display the current sheet in normal view (100%).
                                                    Zoom In
 Click on the Zoom In        toolbutton to increase the current sheet's view scaling by 25 %.
                                                  Zoom Out
 Click on the Zoom Out        toolbutton to reduce the current sheet's view by 25 %.
                                                   Settings

 Click on the Settings      toolbutton to customize your default Chart settings.




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    Report View



    The Reports View allows viewing of ready made reports designed by CMIE. This option allows you to
    change the indicator for which the current report is to be viewed, just by clicking on the indicator name.




    To view a report:
     Click on an indicator name from the list in the Indicator Output sheet. You can also click on the
      indicator name in the Select Indicator Name query Window.
     Click on the Reports View       toolbutton from the Launcher Toolbar or select the Reports View
      option from Launcher Menu. As a result, a Report Viewer window will be displayed.
     In the Select Report section, the Report list is displayed in a Structured Classification System.
      The Structured Classification system consists of three nodes.




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            Indicators reports: Consists of reports designed by CMIE viewable for indicators selected by
             the user.
         User's Indicator Notes: This node allows to view the notes written by you for the selected
             indicator.
         Favourite Reports: You may include any of the CMIE designed reports which you need to
             view more frequently in this node for easy navigability. Click on the required report name
             under the CMIE Report and drag it to the Favourite Reports node. As a result, the selected
             report will be included in the Favourite report node.
   Select the desired report by clicking on required report name.
   Click on another indicator to view the report. You can also use the arrow keys of your keyboard to
    scroll down or up within the indicator list.




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Tools Available



File Options

     Save

    When you click on the Save option, a dialog box is displayed showing the default directory where you
    can save your report. This default directory is the working/ start in directory as specified in the program
    shortcut properties.

    The Save dialog box opens only when a file is saved for the first time.

    To save a file in a different folder while using the Save option, do the following:

    Select the appropriate drive from the "Save AS" box, or double-click a different folder in the folder list.


    To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

    In the File name box, type a name for the report.

    Click on the Save button.

                                                   Export to Excel
    The Export to Excel option allows you to save the current report as Microsoft Excel files (.xls). For
    this Microsoft Excel is required to be installed on the Computer being used for accessing IAS .

    To save a report as an Excel file:

     Select the Export to Excel option in File Menu.

     To save the report in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list.

     To save the report in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the report.

     Click on the Save button.

                                                   Print Preview

    This feature allows you to preview the current report as it would be printed with the current Print
    Settings.

     Click on Print Preview option in File Menu.

     The Two Page option allows you to preview two pages on the screen simultaneously. While in Two



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      Page mode, the button shows you the toggle option to revert back to the One Page mode.

     Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons allow you to magnify and reduce the size of the preview respectively.


     The Close button is used to exit from the Print Preview mode.

     Click on Print to send the sheet being viewed for printing.

                                                    Print Direct
    This option allows you to directly print the selected report.
                                                        Print

    Printing of the current report can be done in the following manner.

     Select the Print option from the File Menu:

    This will display the Print dialog box where you can:

    Specify the range of pages to be printed.

    Specify the number of copies to be printed.

    Change Printer properties by clicking on the Properties button.

                                                   Print Multiple

    This option allows you to print multiple reports for a selected indicator. Select any of the required node
    in the Select Report section and click on Print Multiple option. As a result, a Select to print dialog will
    be displayed.

    This displays all the reports included in that node in Select Reports to print dialog box.

     Select the reports required to be printed. For multiple selection, use the control or the shift key on the
      keyboard while clicking on the types.

     To clear the selections click on Clear All button.

     To select all the reports displayed click on Select All button.

     Click on the Print button.

                                                Print Multiple Direct

    This option allows you to directly print multiple reports for a selected indicator. Select any of the
    required node in the Select Report section and click on Print Multiple Direct option.

    This displays all the reports included in that node in Select Reports to print dialog box.

     Select the reports required to be printed. For multiple selection, use the control or the shift key on the
      keyboard while clicking on the types.




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     To clear the selections click on Clear All button.

     To select all the reports displayed click on Select All button.

     Click on the Print button.


    View Option:

     Toggle Full Screen

    This option allows you to view a report in full screen of the Report Viewer window. It is a toggle to hide
    and view the Select Report Section.




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    Notes



    This option allows you to record and save your comments and analysis of an indicator. It also allows
    saving of notes as separate files and loading them one at a time for viewing, editing, adding and
    appending one notes file to another.

    The main notes view consists of two sections - the contents and the notes area:

    Contents: This lists out all the notes in the file giving the indicator name, author of the notes, the date on
    which the notes was created and a header for the note. All the fields except the indicator name can be
    edited.

    Notes: When you select a note from the contents section, it's details are displayed in the notes section
    below it. You can select more than one note at a time. This options allows you to record and save your
    comments and analysis of an indicator.



      Create Notes
            Select the required indicator name (SE) from the Output Sheet.
                 Click on the Create Notes      toolbutton or select the Create Notes option from the Edit
                  Menu. On doing so, a blank note will be appended to the Notes Window displaying the
                  Indicator Name(s), Author (login name on the PC), Date (current date) and Header
                  (blank).
                 To enter your notes in the Contents section (Lower Half), click on the appropriate row in
                  the Headers section (Upper Half).
                 To save the notes file click on the Save   toolbutton or select Save from the File
                  menu. Important: Notes created by you will not get saved automatically. They have to be
                  saved to a file with a "not" extension.


     View Notes
                 Click on the Notes View       toolbutton to display the contents of the default Notes
                  file (you can change the default notes file in the Settings dialog box by selecting the Settings
                  option from the View Menu). To view previously saved notes, click on       toolbutton or
                  select Open from the File menu. A dialog box is displayed. Select the correct path of the
                  Notes file (.not) and click on Open. After the Notes have been viewed and edited if
                  required, click on tool button or select Save from the File menu.
                 The created notes can also be viewed in the Report Viewer.
                 Select the desired indicator name from the Indicator Output Sheet.
                 Click on the Reports View        toolbutton from the Launcher Toolbar or select the Reports
                  View option from Launcher Menu. As a result, a Report Viewer window will be displayed.
                 Select the User's Indicator Notes node. This will result in display of the notes for the
                  selected indicator on the right hand section of the Report viewer.


     Append Notes


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                To append the entire or part of a notes file to your current notes file, click on the
                 tool button. An open file dialog box is displayed. Browse to the location of the notes
                 file to be appended and click on the Open toolbutton. A header list file displaying the
                 Indicator Name, Author, Date and Headers of all notes in the file opened is
                 displayed.
                Select the notes to be appended by marking them and click on the Append Button.




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    Analysis Worksheet



    What is Analysis Worksheet?

    Analysis Worksheet is like any other spreadsheet, which allows entering of data into a grid and perform
    various analytical functions.


    Its use in this Package

    The primary reason to provide such an analytical tool as a part of the package is to give you quick access
    to a basic tool to perform instant analysis on data.

    When a query is performed, the results are shown in the Output Sheets . The data from these Output
    Sheets can be easily copied into the Analysis Worksheet for you to work upon further. Copying can be
    done using the standard copy/paste tools from the toolbar.

    You can even paste data into the Analysis Worksheet from an external spreadsheet file like:
     Microsoft Excel® (.xls)
     Star Office® (.sdc)
     Lotus® 123 (.wk3)




    File Options

    Edit Options

    View Options

    Insert Options

    Formatting Options

    Right Click Menu




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File Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section:



     Open

    When you click on the Open          toolbutton, a dialog box is displayed showing the default directory
    where it expects your files to be. This default directory is the working / start in directory as specified in
    the program shortcut properties. Select a file with a single click, from the available list and click on the
    Open button.

    To open a file from a different location do the following:

     In the Look in box, click the drive or folder that contains the file.

     In the folder list, double-click folders until you open the folder that contains the file you want.

     Double-click the file you want to open.

                                                         Save

    When you click on the Save      toolbutton, a dialog box is displayed showing the default directory
    where you can save your file. This default directory is the working / start in directory as specified in the
    program shortcut properties.

    The Save dialog box opens only when a file is saved for the first time. When you click on the Save
    toolbutton again for the same file in the same session, the file will get saved automatically without asking
    for any confirmation, file name or location.
    To save a copy of the file with a different file name or location, use the Save As option.

    To save a file in a different folder while using the Save option, do the following:

     Select the appropriate drive from the "Save in" box, or double-click a different folder in the folder
      list.

     To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the file.

     Click on the Save button.

                                                        Save As
    The Save As         toolbutton and File Menu option has the same functionality as the Save option
    except that it allows you to save a copy of a file with a different file name.




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    To save a file using the Save As option, do the following:

     Select the appropriate drive from the "Save in" box, or double-click a different folder in the folder
      list.

     To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the file.

     Click on the Save button.

                                                   Save As Excel
    The Save As Excel option allows you to save the current Analysis Worksheet as Microsoft Excel files
    (.xls). For this Microsoft Excel is required to be installed on the Computer being used for accessing
    Industry Analysis Service .

    To save a file as an Excel file:


     Click on the Save As Excel        toolbutton or select the Save As Excel option from the File Menu.

     To save the file in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list.

     To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder.

     In the File name box, type a name for the file.

     Select the Entire (entire worksheet) or Selection (selected cells) option, displayed at the bottom of
      the "Save As Excel" box, as per your requirement.

     Click on the Save button.

                                                   Save As Text

    The Save As Text option allows you to save the data from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet as
    Text files (.txt).

    Save a file as Text file:

     Select Save as Text file from File Menu or click on Save as Text file          tool button.

     To save the file in a different folder, click a different drive in the Save in box, or double-click a
      different folder in the folder list

     To save the file in a new folder, click Create New Folder

     In the File name box, type a name for the file.

     Select the Tab Delimited or Pipe Delimited option, displayed at the bottom of the "Save as Text file"
      box, as per your requirement.



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     Click on the Save button.

                                                      Set Print Area

    Sets the selected cells as the area to be printed. Follow the steps given below for using this option.

     Mark the desired cells to be printed.

     Click on the      toolbutton or select the Set Print Area option from the File menu.

     Only the selected cells will be printed when you give the print command.

                                                     Clear Print Area
    Clears the print area setting. Click on the    toolbutton to clear the print area, set previously for the
    current sheet using the Set Print Area option.

    Note: This will be disabled unless you have set up a print area using the Set Print Area option
                                                  Page Setup

    The Page Setup       option gives a dialog box where you can:

     Set the left, right, top and bottom margins for the page.

     Select centering of data on the page. This can be done by marking or unmarking the check boxes
      labeled - Vertical and Horizontal

       Vertical will center the data vertically on the page.

       Horizontal will center the data horizontally on the page.

      The following properties can be marked or unmarked as per your requirements:

     Row Header: Displays the row header as 1,2,3,4...etc

     Column Header: Displays the column header as A, B,C, D,E...etc

     Horizontal Lines: Displays horizontal grid lines

     Vertical Lines: Displays vertical grid lines

     Print Frame: Prints the grid border

     Only Black and White: Sets the document printing in black and white mode.

     Print Preview: Allows you to preview the page to be printed based on your page setup selections.

                                                       Print Setup


    The Print Setup      option allows you to change the following Print Settings:




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     Printer properties

     Paper size

     Source of the paper (tray) in the printer and

     Orientation of paper - whether you want Portrait / Landscape.

                                                   Print Preview

    Click on this     toolbutton to preview the current Output Sheet or Analysis worksheet as it would be
    printed with the current Print Settings.

     In this mode, you can navigate through all your desired pages to be printed by using the Next Page
      and Prev Page buttons.

     The Two Page option allows you to preview two pages on the screen simultaneously. While in Two
      Page mode, the button shows you the toggle option to revert back to the One Page mode.

     Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons allow you to magnify and reduce the size of the preview
      respectively.

     The Close button is used to exit from the Print Preview mode.

     Click on Print to send the file being viewed for printing.

                                                       Printing

    Printing can be done using one of the following two options:

    Click on the Print Direct     toolbutton on the toolbar:

     This will directly send all the page(s) in the active document to the printer and print a single copy of
      the active document.

      Selecting the print option from the file menu:

      This will display the Print dialog box where you can:

     Specify the range of pages to be printed.

     Specify the number of copies to be printed.

     Change Printer properties by clicking on the Properties button.




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Edit Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.



     Undo

    Undoes the last action. If you have have performed an incorrect or unwanted action while in the
    Analysis Worksheet then use Undo          toolbutton to revert back to the earlier state.
                                                       Redo

    Redoes the last undone action.

     If you need to recall the undone actions then use Redo         toolbutton to do so.

     Redo will recall the actions till your last File Save action in the current session.

                                                          Cut

    To move the contents of a cell to another cell use the Cut option.


     Click on the source cell.

     Click on the Cut       toolbutton or select Cut option from the Right click menu or from the Edit
      menu.

     To paste the contents to the destination cell, use the Paste option.

                                                        Copy

    If you need to copy the contents of a cell to another cell then use the Copy option to copy the contents
    of the source cell.


     Click on the source cell.

     Click on the Copy        toolbutton or select the Copy option from the Right Click menu or from the
      Edit menu.

     To paste the contents to the destination cell, use the Paste option.

                                                   Copy Formula

    The formula of the current cell can be copied to another cell by using the Copy formula option.

     Click on the source cell.




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     Click on Copy Formula            toolbutton or select the Copy Formula option from the Right

     Click menu or from the Edit menu.

     To paste the formula to the destination cell, use the Paste option.

                                                        Paste

    To paste the copied contents of the source cell to the destination cell use the Paste option.

     Click on the destination cell.

     Click on the Paste      toolbutton or select the Paste option from the Right Click menu or from the
      Edit menu.

                                                    Copy Format

    If you need to copy the format of the current cell to another cell then use the

     Copy Format option.

     Click on the source cell.

     Click on Copy Format         toolbutton or select the Copy Format option from the Right

     Click menu or from the Edit menu.

     To paste the contents select the destination cell and use the Paste toolbutton.

                                                    Paste Format

    The format of the cell, that was copied using the Copy Format option, can be pasted to the selected cell
    by using the Paste Format option.


     Click on the destination cell.

     Click on Paste Format        toolbutton or select the Paste Format form the Edit menu.

                                                    Clear Format

    To clear format of selected cells use the Clear Format option.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Clear Format           toolbutton or select the Clear Format option from the Edit menu.

                                                Clears Cell Contents

    The contents of the cells can be cleared by using the Clear cell option.



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     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Clear Cell      toolbutton or select the Clear Format option from the Right Click menu or
      from the Edit menu.
                                                  Delete Rows

    To delete row(s) use the Delete row(s) option.


     Select the row to be deleted.

     Click on Delete Rows         toolbutton or select the Delete Row(s) option from the Edit menu.

                                                Delete Columns

    To delete column(s) use the Delete Column(s) option.


     Select the column to be deleted.

     Click on Delete Rows         toolbutton or select the Delete Column(s) option from the Edit menu.




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View Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.



     Normal View

    This option zooms the current Analysis Worksheet to normal view (100%).

     Click on the Normal View         toolbutton or select the Normal View option can be selected from the
      View menu.

                                                        Zoom In

    To increase the view size of the current Analysis Worksheet, click on the Zoom In     toolbutton or
    select the Zoom In option from the View menu. By default, the view size will be enlarged by 125 % of
    the current view.

                                                      Zoom Out
    To decrease the view size of the current Analysis Worksheet click on Zoom Out      toolbutton or
    select the Zoom Out option from the View menu. By default, the view size will be decreased by 75 % of
    the current view.
                                                      Find

    To search for a character or numerical string in the current Analysis Worksheet, use the Find option.

     Click on the Find       toolbutton or select the Find option from the View menu.

     On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed.

     In the Find What text box, type the string required to be searched.

     If the search string exists in the file then, the cursor will be placed there highlighting the search string.

     If the search string does not exist in the file, a "Cannot find xyz" message will be displayed, where xyz
      is the entered search string.

                                                       Settings

    To customize the program settings, click on Settings          toolbutton or select the Settings option from
    the View menu.

                                          Click here for more on Settings.




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Insert Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.



     Insert Row

    Inserts a blank row at current cursor position.

     Place the cursor in the position where you need to insert a blank row.

     Select the Insert Row option from the Right Click menu or from the Insert menu or clickon Insert
      Row        toolbutton.

                                                     Insert Column

    Inserts a blank column at current position.

     Place the cursor in the position where you need to insert a blank column.

     Select the Insert Column option from the Right Click menu or from the Insert menu or click on Insert
      Column       toolbutton.

                                                     Append Row

    Appends a blank row to the current Analysis Worksheet.

     The Append Row option can be selected from the Right Click menu or from the Insert menu or click
      on Append Row            toolbutton.

                                            Append Column
    Appends a blank column to the Analysis Worksheet.
     The Append Column option can be selected from the Right Click menu or from the Insert menu or
      click on Append Column           toolbutton.

                                                Worksheet from File

    This utility allows you to insert an existing worksheet file at your current cell location, which helps you to
    work upon previously saved data and the current data in the spreadsheet.


     Click on Worksheet from File           toolbutton or select the Worksheet from the File option from the
      Insert menu.

     On doing so a dialog box will be displayed. Select the file which requires to inserted and click on
      Open button.




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Formatting Options



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.



     Format Cells

    This option changes the format of the selected cells.


     Click on Format Cells        toolbutton or select the Format Cells option from the Format menu or the
      Right Click menu.

     On doing so the Format Cell editor is displayed. Here, you can:

     Change the font style of the contents of the cells.

     Change the foreground and background colour of the cells.

     Format cell border.

     Change text alignment.

     Change the cell format type - whether the data is a number, text, date etc.

     Make the desired changes and click on OK.

                                                Increase Font Size

    To increase the font size of the contents of the selected cell(s) use the Increase Font Size option. By
    default, the font size will be increased by 1 point.

     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Increase Font Size        toolbutton or select the Increase Font Size option from the
      Format menu.

                                               Decrease Font Size

    To decrease the font size of the contents of the selected cell(s) use the Decrease Font Size option. By
    default, the font size will be decreased by 1 point.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Decrease Font Size        toolbutton or select the Decrease Font Size option from the




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      Format menu.

                                                          Bold

    This option toggles font style - bold, for the contents of the selected cell(s).

     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Bold       toolbutton or select the Bold option from the Format menu.

                                                         Italics

    This option toggles font style - italics, for the contents of the selected cell(s).


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Italics      toolbutton or select the Italics option from the Format menu

                                                       Underline

    This option toggles font style - underline, for the contents of the selected cell(s).


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Underline        toolbutton or select the Underline option from the Format menu.

                                                       Fill Colour

    This option allows you to set the background colour of the selected cells(s).


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Fill Colour        toobutton or select the Fill Colour option from the Format menu.

     On doing so, the Colour editor is displayed. Select the desired colour and click on Ok.

                                                      Font Colour

    To set the font colour of the contents of the selected cells(s) use the FontColour option.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on Font Colour         toolbutton or select the Font Colour option from the Format menu.

     On doing so, the Colour editor is displayed. Select the desired font colour and click on OK.

                                                     Light Shading




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    This option sets the background colour of the selected cell(s) to light Grey.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Light Shading       toolbutton or select the Light Shading option from the Format menu.
                                                     Dark Shading

    This option sets the background colour of the selected cell(s) to dark Grey.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Dark Shading          toolbutton or select the Dark Shading option from the Format
      menu.

                                                      Align Left

    To sets the alignment of the contents of the selected cell(s) to left, use the Align Left option.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Align Left      toolbutton or select the Align Left option from the Format menu.

                                                     Align Center

    This option sets the alignment of the contents of the selected cell(s) to center.


     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Align Center toolbutton        or select the Align Center option from the Format menu.

                                                      Align Right

    This option sets the alignment of the contents of the selected cell(s) to right.

     Select the required cells.

     Click on the Align Right       toolbutton or select the Align Right option from the Format menu.

                                                         Default

    The Default option sets the cell format to default style. This option can be selected from the Format
    menu or by clicking Default       toolbutton .

                                                      Currency

    To set the cell format to currency style, click on      toolbutton or select the Currency option from



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    Format menu
                                                        Percent

    The cell format can be set to percent style by clicking on the ercen   toolbutton or by selecting the
    Percent option from the Format menu.
    < /TD> < /TD> < /TD> < /TD> < /TD>
                                                        Comma

    The Comma option sets the cell format to comma style. This option can be selected from the Format
    menu or by clicking Comma           toolbutton .

                                                 Increase Decimal

    To increase the precision of numeric contents of the selected cell(s) by 1, click on Increase Decimal
        toolbutton or select the Increase Decimal option from the Format menu

                                                Decrease Decimal

    To decrease the precision of numeric contents of the selected cell(s) by 1, click on Decrease Decimal
        toolbutton or select the Decrease Decimal option from the Format menu.

                                               Angle Text Upwards

    To angle the contents of selected cell(s) upwards, click on Angle Text Upwards       toolbutton or select
    the Angle Text Upwards option from the Format menu

                                              Angle Text Downwards

    To angle the contents of selected cell(s) downwards, click on Angle Text Downwards
    toolbutton or select the Angle Text Downwards option from the Format menu.

                                                       Row Height

    This option changes the height of the selected row(s).


     Select the required cells.

     Click on Row Height          toolbutton or select the Row Height option from the Format menu.

     On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed.

     Specify the required row height and click on OK.

                                                   Column Width

    To change the width of the selected columns(s), use the Column Width option.


     Select the required cells.




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     Click on Column Width          toolbutton or select the Column Width option from the Format menu.

     On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed.

     Specify the required column width and click on OK.
                                                      Borders

    This option changes the border style of the selected cell(s).


     Select the required cells.

     Click on Border         toolbutton or select the Borders option from the Format menu.

     On doing so, the Format cells dialog box will be displayed.

     Make the desired selections and click on OK.

                                             Conditional Formatting

    To set the appearance of a cell based on its contents, use Conditional Formatting option.


     Click on Conditional Formatting        toolbutton or select the Conditional Formatting option from the
      Format menu.

     On doing so, the Conditional Formatting dialog box will be displayed.

     Specify the cell condition.

    Example: If cell value >= 40 then appearance may be set to the following:
    Font Style : Comic Sans MS

    Font Colour : Red

    Font Size : 14

    Font Face : Bold Italic

     Click on Format and select the desired style.

     Click on OK.




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Tools



Explained here are the various options that are available in this section.



     Sort Rows

    Row sorting can be done in three ways:

     Ascending:

    This sorts the rows by the selected column in ascending order. Select the Ascending option from the
    Sort Rows        toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.

     Descending:

    This sorts the rows by the selected column in descending order. Select the Descending option from the
    Sort Rows       toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.

     Multiple:

    This option sorts the rows by more than one column at a time.

             Select the Ascending option from the Sort Rows            toolbutton , Right Click menu or from
              Tools menu.

             On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed. Select the columns from the left section on which
              you want to perform the row sorting.

             On selecting the required column headers, you may shift the position of the column headers in
              the right section (Selected Headers section) by using the drag and drop feature.

             You can toggle between ascending and descending option next to the column header in the
              Selected Headers section.

               Click on Sort button to perform the required sorting.

                                                  Sort Columns

    Column sorting can be done in three ways:

     Ascending:

    This sorts the columns by a selected row in an ascending order. Select the Ascending option from the
    Sort Columns       toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu..




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     Descending:

    This sorts the columns by a selected row in a descending order. Select the Descending option from the
    Sort Columns       toolbutton, Right Click menu or from Tools menu.

     Multiple:
    This option sorts the columns by more than one row at a time.

             Select the Multiple option from the Sort Columns         toolbutton, Right Click menu or from
              Tools menu.

             On doing so, a dialog box will be displayed. Select the rows from the left section on which
              you want to perform the column sorting.

             On selecting the required row headers, you may shift the position of the row headers in the
              right section (Selected Headers section) by using the drag and drop feature.

             You can toggle between ascending and descending option next to the row header in the
              Selected Headers section.

              Click on Sort button to perform the required sorting.

                                               Formula Assistant

     Click on destination cell of the Formula Result.

     Select Formula Assistant       toolbutton or select the Formula Assistant option from the Tools Menu
      or the Right Click menu.

     On doing so, the Formula Assistant dialog box will be displayed.

     Select the desired functions from the drop down list and click on OK.



    Following are the functions available in the Formala Assistant:

    AVERAGE: Calculates the average of the values of selected cells

    COUNT: Calculates the number of cells selected

    MEDIAN: Calculates the median of the values of selected cells

    STD: Calculates the standard deviation of the values of selected cells

    SUM : Performs addition of values of selected cells


      Mark the Source Data Cells for the Formula.




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    Right Click Menu



    Some of the most commonly used tools are available in the Right Click menu.


     Place the cursor on the required cell.
     Click the right mouse button.
     This will display the list of tools available in the Right Click menu.


    Following is the list of tools available in the Right Click menu:
             Undo
             Redo
             Cut
             Copy
             Copy Formula
             Paste
             Clear All
             Clear Cells
             Formula Assistant
             Format Cells
             Sort Columns
             Sort Rows
             Edit/Insert




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Batch and Planner



The Batch Planner and the Planner Mode work in tandem to provide an utility to record the actions
performed by you so that you may repeat the steps for a particular output with a single click.

Example:
    1. You have selected a certain search criteria
    2. Upon which you filtered the data further by a certain parameter(s) and
    3. Then sorted the data alphabetically.
The commands involved in performing the above actions can be saved in a batch file. There is no
restriction on the number of batch files that can be saved in the batch directory. Up to 10 batch files can
be saved for direct execution from the toolbar.

To run the same query again, run the saved batch file and get the desired output.



     Organisation of Batch/Planner Window


    The Batch/Planner Window has two sections viz.: Planner and Batch.

    The basic difference between Planner and Batch is that a Batch records all the actions performed by
    you when a query is run. Where as in the Planner Mode, the actions can be recorded without actually
    executing them. The actions thus recorded from the Batch/Planner can be saved as batch files (extension
    .bt).



    The Insert button on this screen is enabled when the Planner section is active. Click on the button and
    a dialog box will be displayed. Enter the command line of any action.



    The Export button on this screen is enabled when the Batch section is active. This button allows
    exporting the batch commands to the Planner section. To do this:

     Select the desired commands in the Batch section.

     Click on Export button to paste them to the Planner section.

    You can also use the copy and paste utility from the toolbar to do the same.



    The Refresh button refreshes the Planner and the Batch sections.




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 The Run Button is common for the Batch and the Planner section. It executes the selected commands
 from either section.



 The Run File Button shows the Open dialog box where you can select a particular batch file you wish
 to run.



       Toggle Planner Mode

 Starts / Stops recording actions in planner editor.

                                                   Run Batch

 Runs available batch files (up to 10).




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Update Database



The Update Database is an utility to update the Industry Analysis Service database that is installed on
your systems.

The updates to Industry Analysis Service is available to you on a daily basis. At the end of each
working day, the updates to the database are generated, saved to update files and a zip file of these files
is uploaded to our website. These update files are then used to update the Industry Analysis Service
database installed on your systems.

To know what new data has been added, use the What's New utility in the Select Indicators module.

Steps to update the software database:

1. Insert the IAS CD in your CD-ROM drive.

2. Assuming your CD-ROM drive letter is "D", run the setup file from the

  D:\ias_update directory.

3. Click Next on the welcome screen.

4. After the file copy click on Finish to complete the updation process.



Note: 1. In case of multi user setup it is required to have a complete     access to the directory from
which the installation was intially carried out the server.

    2. You need an administrator login if your server is running Windows NT or Windows 2000.




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    How Does Update Work


     Select the source for the update files.
    Note:

    For the Web option, specify whether you want to start a fresh update or continue an earlier partially done
    update.

    Along with this, mention the number of times the software should attempt connecting to the server over
    the Internet to perform the updates.
     The destination for Downloads/Updates has to be specified for the update files to be stored.
     Having selected the appropriate options click on the Update button to begin the update process.
     Once the update files are in place, the updation of the database starts automatically.
     Should you desire to stop the update process midway due to any reason, then click on the Abort
      button.




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Tutorial



 Lesson 1:    How to select indicators?


 Lesson 2:    How to use advanced options?


 Lesson 3:    How to generate charts from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet?


 Lesson 4:    How to generate charts from Select Indicators Window?


 Lesson 5:    How to display Report View?


 Lesson 6:    How to use Analysis Worksheet?


 Lesson 7:    How to search for new articles using Categorywise ?


 Lesson 8:    How to search for new articles using Text Search ?


 Lesson 9:    How to view PDF files of various industry sectors?


 Lesson 10:   How to view tables in PDF files as Microsoft Excel® files?


 Lesson 11:   How to print?


 Lesson 12:   How to save outputs as Industry Analysis Service , Microsoft Excel®, Text and Set
              files?


 Lesson 13:   How to setup your computer for accessing Industry Analysis Service server
              installation?




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    Lesson 1




    How to select indicators?

    To select indicators you can use the following options from the Select Indicators Window:
     Embedded Search
     Run/Load Set




    Embedded Search:
     The indicators can be searched using the embedded search by typing the indicator name in the text
      box provided below the indicator list.
     Once you have selected the required indicators, run the query by using the Execute buttons .
     The result of the query is then displayed in the active Output Sheet .




    Run/Load Sets:
     Here you are provided with CMIE Sets and User Sets.
     Check mark one or more sets that you wish to use and then click on one of the execute buttons -
      Load Sets or Run Sets.
      Load Sets will simply load the selected sets with the frequencies and expressions that were saved
        with those indicators.
      Run Sets will execute the selected sets based on their saved frequencies,expressions and will pick
        up the output date that is entered in the Select Indicators Window along with query expression (if
        any).The output of each set will be displayed in a separate Output Sheet.




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    Lesson 2


    How to use Advanced Options?

    Two advanced query options are available in the Select Indicators Window:
     What's New
     Query



    What's New:
     This option facilitates viewing of indicators which were updated on one or more date(s) or date
      range(s).
     The list of update dates are displayed in the New Data Available section of the What's New dialog
      box. Double click on the required date or enter it in the Enter Date Range section of the What's New
      dialog box.
              Enter multiple dates by separating them with a comma ",".

                  Eg: 16/07/2001,17/07/2001,18/07/2001
                Enter date range by separating two dates by a hyphen "-".
                  Eg:16/07/2001-20/07/2001
     Mark the required frequencies to be searched and then click on the execute buttons: AND or OR.
             AND: This execute command searches for the updated data for the given date range and
                frequencies from the selected indicators and keeps only those indicators which have been
                updated.
             OR: This execute command searches for any indicator(s) which have updated data for the
                entered date range and frequencies in the What's New dialog box.
    Query:
     The expression and date conditions can be specified to apply to the selected indicators in the Query
      option.
     Type in the expressions in the Enter Expression area or select from the available list which is displayed
      by clicking on the Select Expression button.
     The headers can be changed by clicking on the Change Header/s button.
     Give the appropriate date range for the query expression and click on OK.
     This will enable the query expression to be applied for the indicators. A green box next the Query
      button indicates usage of the query in the Select Indicators window.
     To clear a query, click first on the Clear All button and then on OK. The Clear All      tool button and
      Edit menu option also clears the Advance Query option contents.




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    Lesson 3


    How to generate charts from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet?
     Mark the data range to be plotted from an Output Sheet or Analysis Worksheet.
    The data range selected should be a continuous range of cells and not two different ranges. If two
    different ranges are selected then the last range selected will be plotted.

     Click on       toolbutton or select Charts option in the Launcher menu.
     As a result, a Charts Viewer will be displayed. By default, the data will plotted as Line chart.
     You may change the chart type by selecting the desired type from the Chart drop down list.
     Checkmark against the Date Time in X-axis checkbox to view the precise date on the X-axis for the
      data plotted.



    You may also plot charts from Output Sheet based on CMIE/User templates. Click here to know more
    about charts.




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    Lesson 4



    How to generate charts from Select Indicators Window?

     Select required indicator in the Select Indicators Window and click on        toolbutton or select Charts
      option in the Launcher menu.
     As a result, a Charts Viewer will be displayed. By default, the data will plotted as Line chart.
     You may change the chart type by selecting the desired type from the Chart drop down list.
     Checkmark against the Date Time in X-axis checkbox to view the precise date on the X-axis for the
      data plotted.
    You may also plot charts from Output Sheet based on CMIE/User templates. Click here to know more
    about charts.




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    Lesson 5




    How to display Report View?
     Click on an indicator name from the list in the Indicator Output sheet. You can also click on the
      indicator name in the Select Indicator Name query Window.
     Click on the Reports View       toolbutton from the Launcher Toolbar or select the Reports View
      option from Launcher Menu. As a result, a Report Viewer window will be displayed.
     In the Select Report section, the Report list is displayed in a Structured Classification System.
      The Structured Classification system consists of three nodes.
              Indicators reports: Consists of reports designed by CMIE viewable for indicators selected by
               the user.
           User's Indicator Notes: This node allows to view the notes written by you for the selected
               indicator.
           Favourite Reports: You may include any of the CMIE designed reports which you need to
               view more frequently in this node for easy navigability. Click on the required report name
               under the CMIE Report and drag it to the Favourite Reports node. As a result, the selected
               report will be included in the Favourite report node.
     Select the desired report by clicking on required report name.
     Click on another indicator to view the report. You can also use the arrow keys of your keyboard to
      scroll down or up within the indicator list.
    Click here to know more on reports.




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    Lesson 6

    How to use Analysis Worksheet?
    Analysis Worksheet is like any other spreadsheet, which allows entering of data into a grid and perform
    various analytical functions on the data.

    When a query is performed, the results are shown in the Output Sheet(s). The data from these Output
    Sheet(s) can be easily copied into the Analysis Worksheet for you to work upon further. Copying can be
    done using the standard copy/paste tools from the toolbar.

     To open an Analysis Worksheet, click on     tool button or select Analysis Worksheet from the
      Launcher menu.
     Data can be imported into the worksheet from external speardsheet documents like MS Excel®, Star
      Office® and Lotus 123® by clicking on        tool button or selecting Worksheet File from the Insert
      menu .
     Data can be saved as MS Excel® and text files by clicking on         and    tool buttons or selecting
      Save as Excel file and Save as User file from the File Menu .
     A host of editing options are available to work with your data in the Analysis Worksheet.
     Cell formatting can be done using the various options available in the Format menu and toolbar.
    Click here for more information on Analysis Worksheet.




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    Lesson 7
    How to search for news articles using Catagorywise ?
     Click on      tool button or select News -> Categorywise option from the Launcher menu.
     Click on the required Indicator from the Indicator section respectively.
     Select an appropriate operator.
     Enter the required date range in the Enter Date range to search for section.
     Click on the Execute buttons to view the news articles.
     The results will be displayed in Output Sheet .



    Click here to know more on Categorywise search for news articles.

    The news articles can be printed using   tool button .




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    Lesson 8

    How to search for news articles using Text Search?

     Click on      tool button or select News -> Text Search option from the Launcher menu.
     Enter the required string in Word Auto Search section.
     Select an appropriate operator.
     Enter the required date range in the Enter Date Range to search in news articles box.
     Click on the Execute buttons to view the news articles.
     The results will be displayed in Output Sheet.



    Click here to know more on Text Search for news articles.




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    Lesson 9



    How to view PDF files of various industry sectors ?

     Click on       tool button or select PDF Query option from the Launcher menu. This will display a
      window which gives you tools to select your required documents.
     In the Select one/more Industry Sector(s) section, click on one or more sector names for which you
      wish to view the documents.
     The Select from available dates section gives a list of the publication issues that may contain your
      required documents.
     You can perform a word search within the available documents. To do this, unselect any sectors if
      selected. Type in the keywords and click on the Find Documents button.
     Having selected the issues dates, click on the Find Documents button. This will list out all the
      documents that are pertaining to the selected sectors within the given date range, in
      the Found Documents section.
     You may double click on the document name in the Found Documents section or select the document
      name and click on View.
     This will launch the PDF document in Acrobat Reader®.
     At the top right corner of the display screen, a list box is made available for quick navigation through
      the list of found documents. Documents found in any further search can be added to this list box by
      clicking on Add to View List button in the PDF Query window.
     Also, Prev and Next buttons are available for browsing through the viewed documents.




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    Lesson 10



    How to view tables in PDF files as Microsoft Excel® files?
     Tables available in the PDF documents can be viewed as Microsoft Excel® files.
     When you move your mouse cursor over the table in the PDF document, the mouse cursor changes to
      a hand symbol.
     Click on the table with this hand symbol. The data in the table will be exported to an Excel®
      spreadsheet.




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    Lesson 11



    How to print?

    Printing of documents can be done by clicking on     tool button or selecting Print from the File menu in
    any of the views.
     In the Select Indicators Window, the print option will be enabled when you are viewing reports.
     In Output Sheets, Analysis Worksheet and Notes, you can print all the data or select specific data by
      clicking on set print area  tool button or selecting Set Print Area from the File menu and then
      marking the data. A print command after this will print only the data marked by you.
     Reports and Charts can be printed directly by using the print command.




    Related Topics:

    Page Setup

    Print Setup




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    Page Setup:

    The Page Setup option gives a dialog box where you can:
     Set the left, right, top and bottom margins for the page.
     Select centering of data on the page.
     This can be done by marking or unmarking the check boxes labeled - Vertical and Horizontal
    Vertical will center the data vertically on the page.

    Horizontal will center the data horizontally on the page.



    The following properties can be marked or unmarked as per your requirements:
     Row Header: Displays the row header as 1,2,3,4...etc
     Column Header: Displays the column header as A,B,C,D,E...etc
     Horizontal Lines: Displays horizontal grid lines
     Vertical Lines: Displays vertical grid lines
     Print Frame: Prints the grid border
     Only Black and White: Sets the document printing in black and white mode.
     Print Preview: Lets you preview the page to be printed based on your page setup selections.
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    Print Setup:

    The Print Setup option gives you a dialog box where you can:



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   Change the printer properties
   Select the paper size for printing
   Select source of the paper (tray) in the printer and
   Set the orientation of paper - whether you want Portrait/Landscape.
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    Lesson 12



    How to save outputs as Industry Analysis Service , Excel, Word, Text and Set files?

    Outputs in Industry Analysis Service can be saved as:
     Industry Analysis Service files - Industry Analysis Service files (.boc), User Sets (.bsu), Analysis
      Worksheet files (.aws)
     Microsoft Excel® files (.xls)
     Text files (.txt)



    Industry Analysis Service files (.boc):

    Industry Analysis Service file (.boc) type is a default for "Save" and "Save As" options in the Output
    Sheets.

     When you click on       or       tool button or select Save or Save As from the File menu, a dialog box
      is displayed with a default file extension (.boc) and the file can be saved in the location of your choice.



    Industry Analysis Service files (.bsu):

    Indicator list in Select Indicators window can be saved as User Sets file (.bsu).

     When you click on        tool button or select Save Set from the File menu, a dialog box is displayed
      with a default file extension (.bsu) and the file is saved in the User sets directory of the default working
      directory of Industry Analysis Service .



    Industry Analysis Service files (.aws):

    Data from an Analysis Worksheet can be saved as Analysis Worksheet File (.aws).

     When you click on       or       tool button or select Save or Save As from the File menu, a dialog box
      is displayed with a default file extension (.aws) and the file can be saved in the location of your choice.



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    Microsoft Excel® files (.xls):

    Data from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet can be saved as Microsoft Excel® files (.xls).

     When you click on        tool button or select Save as Excel file from the File menu, a dialog box is
      displayed with a default file extension (.xls) and the file can be saved in the location of your choice.
     You may mark and save selected items of the notes contents or save entire contents. This can be
      specified in the Save as dialog box that is displayed.
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    Text files (.txt):

    Data from Output Sheets and Analysis Worksheet can be saved as Text files (.txt).

     When you click on       tool button or select Save as Text file from the File menu, a dialog box is
      displayed with a default file extension (.txt) and the file can be saved in the location of your choice.
     Select the format you want to save the text file in - Pipe Delimited or Tab Delimited.
     Click on save.
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    Lesson 13



    How to setup your computer for accessing Industry Analysis Service server installation?



     On your workstation, run Setup from the client directory within the IAS directory created on the
      server during the Server Setup.
     The Licence Agreement will be displayed after which the Setup will prompt you for User and
      Company Name.
     Next, Setup will prompt you for destination location for Industry Analysis Service program files.
      The default path given is C:\CMIE\IAS, which can be changed.
     In the next step, enter the destination location for Industry Analysis Service database files on the
      server. This will be the path that you have entered during the Server Setup for clients to access the
      Industry Analysis Service database files.
     Check the confirmation list for your selections till this stage in the next screen. If you wish to change
      any of these then use the Back button to do so or else click on Next button.
     After the file copy process, Setup will try and install HTML Help® on your computer. Installation will
      be skipped if the software exists or a newer version is found. Complete the installation on the next
      screen by clicking on the Finish button.




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Information provided in Industry Analysis Service cannot be reproduced, published, sold or otherwise
distributed in any medium. Copying, transfer or distribution of any part of the software or the information
contained in Industry Analysis Service is prohibited.



Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy has taken every possible care to provide accurate and reliable
information and shall not be liable for losses or consequences, if any, arising from the use of the
information contained in Industry Analysis Service.



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