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Export: "Burst" a report to different files

Export: "Burst" a report to different files

Export: "Burst" a report to different files

Hi All,

I have a report that groups records into 5 different  regions.  Is there a way that I can export to excel into 5 different excel files based on their region?  I've done a little research and I've only been able to find 3rd party apps., but was wondering if this was an option in crystal.

Let me know if any additional info is needed.


RE: Export: "Burst" a report to different files

You need the third party application. They can be pretty inexpensive, e.g., www.milletsoftware.com->visual cut (I think). Others may be listed on www.kenhamady.com.


RE: Export: "Burst" a report to different files

Our Grid User Function Library includes the ability to create multiple files from within one report.  Not an expensive solution to add this functionality to your report.

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RE: Export: "Burst" a report to different files

You can use the "Bursting Schedules" functionality in CRD by ChristianSteven Software.


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