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Hide chart data table from Nprinting Excel

I am using Qlik Nprinting version November 2019.

I am using a bar chart in my excel nprinting template. Following is how i have inserted a table and a chart over it (Screenshot 1). I have put these two objects inside a level tag. The output i am getting is as next image(Screenshot 2). However, I want my Output Excel to only contain the graph and not the data table. Also, I want the graph to be replicated at the <Level>.

I tried putting the table and graph on separate sheets and link the graph to pull data from the table on the other sheet but somehow it's not working.

Please help me out!

Screenshot 1:


Screenshot 2:

Nprinting outputNprinting output

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Hi @Ruggero_Piccoli  - is there any change in native excel charts behaviour nested inside a level?

From what I remember it was not possible to produce native charts repeated for every level..

Chart will get created on each level however it will use the same data for each level - the same meaning data from 1st level where chart was setup. 

I played with it and could not find any working solution so I think link below still applies 😞



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You cannot add a native Excel chart inside a Level because only the first chart of the produced report will took the data from the correct cells. Starting from the second chart, all will continue to use the data from the first level.

I added the idea https://community.qlik.com/t5/Ideas/Support-native-Excel-data-inside-Qlik-NPrinting-Levels/idi-p/169...

Best Regards,


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