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Exporting Crystal Report to ASCII file

Posted on 2013-11-08
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Hello,
Is there a way to export the Crystal report to ASCII file
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Crystal does have the ability to export to text files and CSV.

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I would like to delete this question.I was looking for something else
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WHat were you looking for?

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actually, I was able to export to  text file from a crystal report which is a inbuilt feature of crystal as you said.
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