This article demonstrates how to export a Report created on Lambda Analytics (Zoola).
To export a report:
1. To view and save the report in other formats, hover over the Export button and select an export format from the context menu.
2. Save the report in the export file format, or open the report in the application.
|Adobe Acrobat||To prevent horizontal truncation of an Ad Hoc report when exported, set the Actual Size option in the Ad Hoc Editor.|
|Excel (Paginated)||XLS||Not recommended for exporting most tables and crosstabs. Repeats headers and footers on each page.|
|Excel||XLS||Ignores page size and produces spreadsheet-like output.|
|CSV||Comma Separated Values||Characters outside the Latin 1 character set can cause the Excel spreadsheet to look unacceptable. Try saving the file and importing it using Excel's Import functionality.|
|DOCX||Word||Do not export reports having more than 63 columns. In Microsoft Word, you cannot create tables having more than 63 columns.|
|RTF||Rich Text Format||Creates a large output file and, therefore, takes longer to export than PDF, for example.|
|ODT||OpenDocument Text||For best results, minimize the number of rows and columns and ensure that they do not overlap.|
|ODS||OpenDocument Spreadsheet||Same as ODT.|
|XLSX (Paginated)||Microsoft Open XML Format Spreadsheet||Not recommended for exporting most tables or crosstabs. Repeats headers and footers on each page.|
|XLSX||Microsoft Open XML Format Spreadsheet||Ignores page size and produces spreadsheet-like output.|
|PPTX||Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation||Each page of the report becomes a slide in the PowerPoint presentation.|