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RE: suppress label when exporting while exporting to excel

RE: suppress label when exporting while exporting to excel

RE: suppress label when exporting while exporting to excel

(OP)
Hello,

Is there a way to suppress a label when exporting to excel. I have a group header label that I don't want to export when exporting to excel.

Thanks for your help!

RE: RE: suppress label when exporting while exporting to excel

You have the option of not showing page headers upon export--it is one of the options in the export screen when you select a regular Excel export.

To suppress a group header only upon export I think you would have to create a parameter that checks whether the plan is to export and then you can use the parameter to conditionally suppress the group header.

-LB

RE: RE: suppress label when exporting while exporting to excel

(OP)
Hi LB,

Thanks for the quick response! I'm looking for a way to just suppress one label in the group header without using a parameter. The report will need to export to excel using Data-Only and either Typical or Minimal exporting format. Any thought?

Thanks!

RE: RE: suppress label when exporting while exporting to excel

You need to convey your intent to the report in some way. If you are able to place the label in the page header (or recreate it with a text box) and have it display correctly, you could then use the export option regarding showing page headers or not. Otherwise I think a parameter is necessary.

-LB

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