ActiveReport and Excel

HI, i am trying to export an ActiveReport to Excel. But when i do this, the columns showed are not aligned. Besides one cell shows "####" value instead of the real  (numeric)value. Any suggestions?
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Richie_SimonettiConnect With a Mentor IT OperationsCommented:
Those symbols appear because width of cell is not enought to show the complete number.
You could use autofit method of collumns/rows object but we need to know how do you manage excel in first place.
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mltolunAuthor Commented:
rpai: i am working on it. SORRY

Richie Simonetti: when watch the cell properties, the format of the cell is changed. when i change it to general, the number appeared. What about the column alignment? any suggestions??
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I use ActiveReports as well and have not been able to get the Excel export to work exactly right.  Sometimes it just does not export the report exactly right.  I have not been able to find anything in KB.  I don't know if there is much you are going to be able to do.  Can you try to make minor modifications to the report and see if that helps?

(Of course, I'll be listening to see if anyone has a  solution) :)
Richie_SimonettiIT OperationsCommented:
To me, it depends on how do you manage final excel file.
I didn't use ActiveReport so i think you could open Excel file with Automation and do a complete custom view of it (cell formatting, color, bold alignment and so on).
Richie, you are saying to open Excel after the export and format it correctly?
Richie_SimonettiIT OperationsCommented:
I think Richie has the best solution.  There is no way to modify the Excel export in Active Reports.  There are no properties to set.  It is one call.  It either exports correctly or it doesn't.  I don't see any other alternative except to continue to look for updates of the Excel export for ActiveReports.
Richie_SimonettiIT OperationsCommented:
Optionally, and if you open the same reports over and over again, we could have templates with all formatting stuff and populate the excel template with data from report (not a good solution since you have to recreate the report in Excel but, in the other side, nou using reports at all and using excel instead could be a way)
Don't forget that excel supports copyfromrecordset method of Range object so, populate an excel sheet with sthe same source recordset as the report should not be so hard.
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