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Print an organization to a file or printer

Print an organization to a file or printer

Print an organization to a file or printer

(OP)
Print an organization to a file or printer

I would like to print an organization to a file or printer, with members and contact data

For example :

Company, contact, fax

Thanks
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RE: Print an organization to a file or printer

I believe that I saw this same post on another forum. I believe that the issue was that you were running a version of GoldMine that is much too old. You might be able to run a SQL query to pull the records that you desire, and then output that query results to excel.

RE: Print an organization to a file or printer

(OP)
Merry Christmas.

Yes, I have this consult in several forums.

When you say SQL Query what are the conditions to meet ?

Thanks
Excuse my language. I'm from Canary Islands  

RE: Print an organization to a file or printer

Off of the top of my head, I'm not sure. I do remember that the Organization/Relationship Tree records are stored in the ContSupp table. You'll need to do a little analysis on your own to find out the proper Rectypes.

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