Running Table Reports
Pivot reports and Table reports are run in exactly the same way. The following examples may show pivot-reports, table-reports, or a mixture - it doesn’t matter. Reports are run in one of two ways. Running from scratch: select the report, specify the ...
Manage Reports The Manage Reports form lets you create and edit reports, assign User accesses, and perform other maintenance tasks. (Note: Mercury allows users who run the report to modify the layout and save as a Favorite, so you don't have to ...
Printing Pivot Reports
You can print a Mercury report in two different ways: Print-Preview - displays the report in a "Print Preview" window, so that you can see what it looks like and change your page layout before printing. Quick-Print - immediately sends the report to ...
Introduction to Pivot Reports
Pito Salas, the father of pivot tables, noted that spreadsheets have patterns of data and rightly concluded that a tool that could help users recognize these patterns would be tremendously useful. His efforts from 1986 onwards culminated in 1991 with ...
The Pivot Report Ribbon
General Run - Run the selected report (values for all parameters must be supplied for this to be enabled). See Running Pivot Reports for more information. Print and Quick Print - See Printing Reports. Export - See Exporting Report Results for more ...