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Posts: 1213 | Location: Seattle, Washington - USA | Registered: October 22, 2007
Thanks Dan - this looks like it might work. One thing I neglected to mention though is that the report I am running is a compound report where I am outputting to 3 separate tabs. Would like to turn the grid lines off on all three tabs if possible.
Any thoughts on how to implement what you suggested above with the use of compound reports?
According to the WebFOCUS New Features v7.6.9 document, you can play with borders in EXL2K formatted reports:
Excel (EXL2K Format) Style Enhancements The StyleSheet options ORIENTATION=LANDSCAPE and BORDER=ON are now supported for EXL2K report output. The BORDER attribute supports the same options as currently available for FORMAT PDF except for border options available in Adobe PDF but not available in Microsoft Excel
Unfortunately I can't test this, we have v7.6.8.
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