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How to modify XSL for excel in Narrowcast

How to modify XSL for excel in Narrowcast

How to modify XSL for excel in Narrowcast

Does anybody know how to modify the XSL file for excel so that in narrowcast one can get the desired format. I wanted to change the xsl file "MSTR7ToExcel-OutlineMode.xsl". I could manage to change the backgroud color of the row header and column header also the fonts. Something I could not figure out like changing the row width, making the text bold, getting the grid line in the excel, etc.

I appreciate if someone can help with the syntax and the section in the xsl file that needs to be changed.


RE: How to modify XSL for excel in Narrowcast

Ok, what I will try is to generate an excel template with the properties you are saying (row width, text bold, etc) and import it to Narrowcast and use it with the template definition excel document you want to send. If you don't know how to generate an excel template and import it let me know and I can build you a tutorial.

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