How to Create a Report That Lists All Studies

How to Create a Report That Lists All Studies

Studylog includes a report format that lists all of the studies in the database. This report can be printed and shared. Here’s how to do this:

1. Open the Reports Manager and then select the format Study List.




2. In the Studies drop-down menu, check the Select All box to include all studies in the report.


Alternately, if you are looking for a specific set of studies, you can click the check boxes beside them in the drop-down menu or press [Advanced Selection]. This opens a new window with the complete list of all studies. Here, you can type into any of the column headers and filter through the list to select the studies you want.






When you have selected the studies, click the
[Generate] button at the bottom right to generate your Excel report of the study list. In the Excel file, the study list will be shown under the Studies tab, where you can edit the file as needed.











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