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Help with reports

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by CRISTIAN ANDRES OSORIO GONZALEZ, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. hello friends this forum. I have a problem with a report that I generated,
    the report goes well and shows no problem, but when I select the option to
    export, export and press this button disables me, and so do all the buttons I
    can display reports collaborate. many thanks
     
  2. David B.

    David B. Flightless Bird

    A report you generated how? With what?

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    "CRISTIAN ANDRES OSORIO GONZALEZ"
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    > hello friends this forum. I have a problem with a report that I generated,
    > the report goes well and shows no problem, but when I select the option to
    > export, export and press this button disables me, and so do all the
    > buttons I
    > can display reports collaborate. many thanks
     
  3. VanguardLH

    VanguardLH Flightless Bird

    CRISTIANANDRESOSORIOGONZALEZ wrote:

    > hello friends this forum. I have a problem with a report that I generated,
    > the report goes well and shows no problem, but when I select the option to
    > export, export and press this button disables me, and so do all the buttons I
    > can display reports collaborate. many thanks


    The only import/export function within Internet Explorer is to import/export
    its own settings. That has nothing to do with a report. You don't import
    web pages into IE. You load them into IE. You don't export web pages from
    IE. You can save the rendered version of them.

    So what are you REALLY doing or trying to do?


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