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Author and SAP® Financials Controlling expert John Jordan has written the following SAP FI/CO books on setting up and using the SAP Controlling module. You can purchase these books online from SAP Press.

smthb prodcostcontProduct Cost Controlling with SAP (3rd Edition)

If you are looking for a resource that shows you how to set up Controlling for Product Costing and how it integrates with other modules, this book is for you. Whether you're in Financials, Production Planning, Purchasing, Sales and Distribution, or have interest in the integrated areas of product costing, this book will teach you how overhead costs flow from financial postings to cost centers and then on to manufacturing orders. Find answers to your questions regarding the material ledger, transfer pricing, and reporting and discover how to address common problem areas, including month-end processing, long run times, and message and variance analysis.
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100 Things About Controlling100 Things You Should Know About Controlling with SAP (2nd Edition)

Tip 36:
You can reduce the clutter in cost estimate screens! 
Simplify cost estimate screens by reducing the number of cost component views listed. Although five cost component views are listed by default, you may not need to display them all. With this tip, you can learn how to view only the information you really want. Find out more on page 98.

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smthb prodvarProduction Variance Analysis in SAP Controlling (2nd Edition)

Whether you're an end user, manager, or consultant, this is your ultimate resource to the variance analysis cycle. This book presents a detailed explanation of how production variance analysis works in Controlling with SAP, and focuses on the processes and reports that assist with all phases of the Controlling process.

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The Author

John Jordan is Founder and Principal Consultant at ERP Corp., specializing in Controlling and all associated integration areas. He assists companies improve the transparency of their production costs, which results in increased efficiency and profitability. He speaks regularly at conferences and has written three best-selling SAP Press books.