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How do I include headers when automating a report from BusinessObject 11.5

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Hi All,

Ive design a report in Crystal 9 and I export it out using the export wizard selecting MS Excel 97-2000 (data only). When I view the report in excel, it has everything I need (most importantly, the headers). When I automated the report to run each morning via my BusinessObjects 11.5, the header info is missed out, how do I get the header to appear on the automated report?
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Not sure what you mean by "automate"...?

Do you mean "schedule" the report to run automatically and export to excel automatically?

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Sorry, yes your right, schedule.
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How did you schedule it?

WHen I have exported reports one of the options is to include the headers.  Perhaps that is turned off in the BO export.

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by:MIKE
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I believe you have to set the format of the HEADER itself to allow it to export...check the formatting...
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CRXIuser2005, where to do I check the formatting?
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MIMCC, thanks thats the one!
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