To navigate through a report consisting of multiple pages, click on the , , or icons at the top-right corner of the screen.
Universally-accessible, the web format provides a mixture of graphical charts and tabular data, whose column headers are click-able to allow dynamic sorting of results.
- The PDF format guarantees an identical look across all operating systems, making it an ideal report format for printing out on paper, or for e-mailing to colleagues inside and outside of your organisation.
- Due to the static nature of the PDF format, dynamic sorting of column headers is not available, although results can be pre-sorted using the filters and options available during report creation.
The Excel format is useful for onward manipulation of the data contained in your reports, or for including results in popular spreadsheet packages.
The CSV format allows report results to be arranged in comma-separated lists of data.
CSV files are often used for transferring data between different applications, such as databases, spreadsheets, and other third-party programs.
| XML ||The XML format can be useful when transferring the structured data from your report results to third-party applications, such as billing, accounting and time management applications.|