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Crystal Report OR Microsoft Excel?

Posted on 2004-10-02
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Hi ,

In my vb.net project, I need to create a Daily and Monthly Report. I have  ADO.net dataset in vb.net, I would like to know that use the Crystal Report to generate a Daily / Monthly report better OR generate a report in Microsoft Excel better? Whic one is easier? Any suggestion?

How do I generate a monthly / daily report in Microsoft Excel? Any URL or samples can give me?

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I think is best to create a Crystal Report, you can program to daily show a form with the crystal report and then you can export it.
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Thanks. I am quite new in vb.net, and never use crystal report, do you know which URL / book can get more information how to generate a crystal report in vb.net?

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