Qlik Community

New to QlikView

Discussion board where members can get started with QlikView.

Announcements
Attend QlikWorld 2020 and hear keynote speaker, Malcolm Gladwell. $300 savings extended to February 9th Learn More
alexmanzoni
Contributor

Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Hi guys,

Cai I copy and paste a sheet from a project to another? It's possible to do?

Thank you all

Tags (2)
1 Solution

Accepted Solutions
MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Not the whole sheet... You can copy all the contents of a sheet and paste them to a new sheet in another document. You still need to create the new sheet manually (I think...)

View solution in original post

8 Replies
MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Not the whole sheet... You can copy all the contents of a sheet and paste them to a new sheet in another document. You still need to create the new sheet manually (I think...)

View solution in original post

alexmanzoni
Contributor

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

If i do like this the object that i will copy will have the same settings also in the other project?

Not applicable

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Try Ctr+Shift+S.... Ctrl+A.. Ctrl +C..  and Paste in other project.

This will copy all the objects as it is from one sheet to another.

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Yes, the new object will have the same properties. Not to confused with linked objects - the new object will not be linked to the original from another application.

Partner
Partner

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

You CAN copy a whole sheet,  Right click on an empty area of the sheet and select COPY SHEET

Andy

alexmanzoni
Contributor

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Yes, but how can I paste it?!? I've tried and I failed!

Partner
Partner

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Sorry you can only do it within the same QVW

alexmanzoni
Contributor

Re: Can I copy and paste a sheet?

Thank you all guys, in particular thanks to Oleg for his most complete answer.
Regards