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 worry ...
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 ...
Pivot Reports - Parameter Comparison Operators
How are Comparison Operators Used? Some reports, in addition to asking for parameter values, allows you to specify the type of comparison you want to use when selecting data records for your report. For example, you might have a general ledger report ...