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Exporting to Excel with multiple worksheets

Exporting to Excel with multiple worksheets

Is there any way of exporting a crystal report onto multiple excel worksheets. I've got a report that has multiple invoices on it and I need to split the details onto seperate sheets.

I've got CR version and excel 2010

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Exporting to Excel with multiple worksheets


WHat would you do in Excel with multiple invoice REPORTS?

Why not instead export out of CR, a tablular report for all the invoices? That's something that can actually be useful in Excel, rather than an indeterminate number of invouce REPORTS.


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RE: Exporting to Excel with multiple worksheets

Hi Skip,
Our customer has asked for each invoice on a seperate worksheet. Can it be done oin crystal?

RE: Exporting to Excel with multiple worksheets

No, but there are third party solutions to this issue. We looked into it at one time. I do not have any more information.

RE: Exporting to Excel with multiple worksheets

Check out for a starter list of third-party tools that are available. While this is by no means a complete list, it should get you started.


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