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Within the United Kingdom the most commonly used spreadsheet packages are Lotus 1–2–3™ and Microsoft Excel™. It is not the role of this volume to teach spreadsheet technique; Secrett (27) provides a recent text, one of many available, on the use of spreadsheets in general financial management. However, I have found from personal experience that the last publication you should read to learn about a particular package is the accompanying software manual. Having said that, they are useful when you have a specific problem to solve.
Don’t just look at the screen, READ IT! 2 Information unit use of spreadsheets The need to ensure that up-to-date financial information is available to the information manager has already been noted. Most information units will be part of organisations that have management accounting and finance groups. However, any information received from these sources will naturally be out of date. Central financial units generally provide reports monthly, often in the middle of the following month reflecting expenditure situations at the end of the previous month.
Reversing these factors would result in a positive variance (underspending the budget). Another reason for underspending might be the unavailability of publications. Naturally negative variances are of more immediate concern to the information manager since prompt action may be needed to prevent the budget continuing to be overspent. The original budgets will have been prepared, in an accounting sense, on either a fixed or flexible basis. Where a fixed budget policy is adopted actual results will be compared against the budget.