Make this value driver accessible for others to use in their models.
Each value driver must have a unique name within the library to which it is saved. Though you may save a copy of a value driver to an additional library (e.g. if you want to save a version of one from the General Library in your own library), remember that the original and the copy are not linked in any way. If the original is later changed, you may also want to change the copy.
Unit of Measure
You may edit the unit of measure to change how it will be saved in the library. This will not affect the unit of measure for this value model. If the unit does not already exist in the library, it will be created. Note: If you edit the unit of measure, you may need to revise the formula on the Next tab.
Select from one of four types of economic impact: Cost, Revenue, Working Capital, or Capital Expenditure. For more information, see the Types of Economic Impact resource in the left help panel.
Select from one of the available libraries to save this value driver.
If available, check one or more relevant labels to enable users to find this value driver more easily.
Review the value driver name, formula, data, and notes. You may edit any of these parts of the value driver to change how it will be saved in the library. This will not affect the value driver in this model.
Save data values as defaults
Uncheck this box to save the value driver to the library without data. If checked, the data will be marked as default for variables which don't already have default data in the library. For variables which already have default data in the library, the new data will be added as non-default. You may then edit the data within the library to make it default, if necessary.
Review the new value driver before completing the save action. Note that the left side of this window will be blank if there isn’t a pre-existing value driver in the selected library with the same name.
If there is an existing value driver with this name, there will be a side-by-side comparison of the two.
Replace the existing formula with the new one by clicking Finish; or
Keep the existing version by clicking Cancel; or
Click Previous, and change the name of the new value driver; or
Save it into a different library.