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Originally posted by: peter.francis.versif.com

I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate Excel
worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet and
can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it but it
doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats including
doc).
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #264985 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #265693 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #266407 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #267133 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #267840 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #268549 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #269266 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #269989 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #270691 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #271413 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #272146 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #272737 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #273064 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #273485 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #273887 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #274268 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #274658 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #275047 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #275441 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #275842 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #276232 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #276631 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #277032 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #277416 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #277831 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #278208 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #278607 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #279002 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #279420 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #279793 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #280185 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #280580 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #280976 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #281376 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #281767 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #282158 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #282556 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #337838 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
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unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #337913 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #337988 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338063 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338138 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338213 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338288 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338364 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338439 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338514 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338589 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338664 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338739 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338814 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
Re: Multiple Worksheets in Excel [message #338889 is a reply to message #264828] Thu, 24 January 2008 06:39 Go to previous message
Krishna Venkatraman is currently offline Krishna VenkatramanFriend
Messages: 1476
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
unfortunately, this is not currently possible.

Pete Francis wrote:
> I need to create a report that has 3 tables, each one on a seperate
> Excel worksheet. Is this possible? I've searched the docs and internet
> and can't find anything recent. I assumed that page breaks would do it
> but it doesn't seem to work (although they do in all document formats
> including doc).
>
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