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Use this form to view and analyze a manufactured item's calculated costs in terms of cost group segmentation. The cost group segmentation of calculated costs can be viewed in two different formats (a costing sheet or cost rollup format), in different levels (single, multiple, or total) and for different quantities (the costs per unit, per lot size, and per user-specified quantities). Information will only be displayed for item cost records within a costing version for standard costs.


A manufacturing company wanted to analyze the cost contributions of different types of material, labor, and overhead to the standard costs of their manufactured items. The company assigned different cost groups to types of purchased items (such as electrical and fabricated parts), to types of cost categories that were assigned to work centers (such as different types of labor skills or machines), and to the manufacturing overhead calculation formulas (such as work center overhead rates). The analysis used the information that was displayed in form and in the form.

Navigating the form

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.




Show the cost group.

Select the format for displaying cost information.

  • - Display the costs by cost group based on the cost rollup calculations for the item.

  • - Display the costs by cost group based on the costing sheet format. The costing sheet format can display user-defined subtotals for cost groups.

Select the level for displaying the cost information.

  • - Display information without a breakdown of levels.

  • - Display information with a breakdown for the single-level product structure.

  • - Display information with a breakdown for the multilevel product structure.

Select the quantity basis to display cost information.

  • - Display costs per unit.

  • - Display costs per BOM calculation quantity.

  • - Display costs per user specified quantity.

Enter a quantity when the per basis is a user specified quantity.

Show the unit of measure for the end-item.

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