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Creator III
Creator III

Chart border getting changed in Nprinting

Hi,

I am using Straight table in Nprinting word report. I am not showing border to the chart in Qlikview and used the same chart in Nprinting. But when I preview the report it's showing border to the chart.

In Nprinting designer Keep Source format is also checked but don't know why border is showing in the Nprinting report.

Thanks

Sagar

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Support
Support

Hi Sagar,

If you bring in the table as a single smart tag you do not get the border options. You will need to bring in the required fields to get this functionality.

HTH - Daniel

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Support
Support

Hi Sagar,

With Word tables you can manipulate the border properties even if Keep Source Formats is checked. For example:

HTH - Daniel.

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Creator III
Creator III

Hi Daniel,

In my file, i could not see as such any border Option.

I could see only  <CH1365> in my file, I have kept this as table in Nprinting file. PLease advise further.

thanks,

Sagar

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Support

Hi Sagar,

If you bring in the table as a single smart tag you do not get the border options. You will need to bring in the required fields to get this functionality.

HTH - Daniel

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Creator III
Creator III

Thanks Daniel. It's working.

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Contributor III
Contributor III

I have to add that with Nprinting Designer 2019 you have to place the table object inside a predefined table, i.e. 1x1 Table or take each table object and place it inside a NxN Table format, and then disable "Keep Source Formats".

In my opinion the last approach is the best available, since padding and scaling is optimized, while in the second you encounter to much padding on the dimension side to have it aligned with your Word document. The first option, well, I simply cannot comprehend that in Nprinting Designer 2019 I'm not given the option to adjust my table directly. But that's a discussion not appropriate here.

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