by David Salmons
July 4, 2013
Hi, is it possible to produce pdf reports from ePublishing on version 7.5 for Netweaver? Currently I have only been able to produce individual excel files.
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9/25/2013 9:06:55 PM
Thank you- will try the VBA option.
9/25/2013 9:06:54 PM
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Hi David, I checked into this and there is no feature to directly create a report in PDF in Netweaver 7.5. However, in Microsoft Office 2010, you can save your individual Excel files as PDF docs. You can also use VBA (Visual Basic), as this is a secondary option for report formatting.
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