sides of the textbox, as appropriate, to compactly fit the new title it
15. Click the image (the bicyclist) in the top of the upper left corner box in the existing data region, to select it.
+ C to copy the image.
17. Press CTRL + V to paste a copy of the image outside the new matrix data region, and to its right, once again, above the newly created title textbox.
18. Click the title textbox (containing the words "Sales Reason") in the bottom of the upper left corner box (underneath the image file, and centered upon leftmost column) in the existing data region, to select it.
+ C to copy the textbox (with the text it contains).
20. Click within outside the new matrix data region, at a point on the canvas, this time below the new title textbox.
+ V to paste the column title textbox onto the canvas.
The objects we have replicated appear to the right of the new matrix data region as shown in Illustration 29.
Click the new image
copy to select it.
appear around the image.
23. Using the arrow keys on the PC, move the image file to the upper left corner of the unlabelled, upper left (new) matrix box.
NOTE: Dragging the image with the mouse will not achieve the
same operation, using the arrow keys, with the two title textboxes we
have placed outside the matrix, aligning them under the image, as
depicted in Illustration 30.
25. Fit the box into which we have placed them to compactly "fit" the newly added objects, so that the upper left corner box of the new matrix appears as shown in Illustration 31.
Illustration 31: Fitting
the Upper Left Corner Box of the Matrix to the New Objects ...
Now, let's move the data fields that we see associated with the original data region into the new matrix data region.
26. From the ProductData DataSet, within the DataSets pane click and drag the Sales Reason field into the Rows area of the new matrix data region, as depicted in Illustration 32.
Illustration 32: Drag the Data Field to the Rows Section of the New Matrix Data Region
In like manner, click and drag
the Internet Order Quantity field (also from the ProductData DataSet)
into the Data area (to the immediate right of the Rows area) of
the matrix data region.
Drag the Internet Sales
Amount to the right edge of the cell in the data area
where we dropped the Internet Order Quantity field.
When the small, white column /
beam appears hovering over the right edge of the cell, as shown in Illustration
33, drop the Internet Sales Amount data field.
Illustration 33: Drop
Point Indicator Appears ....
The matrix data
region expands, creating a column to house the new data field, and placing
the name of the fields added to this point into the column headings
Again, in like manner, drag and
drop the Internet Total Product Cost field to the right of the Internet
Sales Amount column that appeared in our last step.
The matrix data region expands yet another column, creating a column to
house the new Internet Total
Product Cost data field, and adding a column label. Our matrix
data region resembles that depicted in Illustration 34, at this
Illustration 34: The Matrix Data Region
with Added Data Fields
Within the column heading for
the first column, replace the current text ("Internet Order Quantity") with the following:
the CTRL key, click each of the three column headings textboxes
to select them.
Within the Properties
pane, select Center in the TextAlign property, to apply
centered Text Alignment to each of the column headings.
for the Vertical Align setting, below the Text Alignment setting
we adjusted above.
headings still selected, expand the Font property and modify the existing
settings for the following to the values indicated:
FontSize: 9 pt.
settings we have made for the column headings appear as shown in Illustration
Illustration 35: Settings
for the Column Headings Group ...
Select the Row
section, which contains "=Fields!Sales_Reason.Value," the data field we inserted earlier.
Set the FontSize setting
to 9pt in the Properties window, as we did earlier.
the CTRL key, click each of the three data fields to the right,
and within the same row of the matrix, as "=Fields!Sales_Reason.Value," to select them.
Set the FontSize setting
to 9 in the Properties pane, as we did earlier.
Set the Format
to "#,###" to enable the data fields to display rounded
settings we have made for the value data fields appear as depicted in Illustration
Illustration 36: Settings
for the Data Fields ...