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Query issue

Query issue

Query issue

(OP)
After you have successfully run a query, say what pcs have 3.x version of acrobat on them, for example, and got the result of the query.  How do you output this onto paper?  How do i extract this info from SQL into a printable format?

Thanks in advance
Lola

Who's that girl! :)

RE: Query issue

I'm assuming that you're talking about the SMS admin console.

> Select query in left hand pane.
> Click right mouse button.
> Select Export List...
> Select .csv or .txt formats and save.

RE: Query issue

(OP)
Ripple, mine doesnt have the 'export list' option ... and when i use smsquery.xls, im getting application-defined or object-defined error...

<sigh>

Who's that girl! :)

RE: Query issue

(OP)
Ripple,

I might as well direct all my queries to you! 2nd time to my rescue... Thanks. It worked perfectly.

I appreciate it.

Lola.

Who's that girl! :)

RE: Query issue

Glad I could help you.

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