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Hide object on report NPrinting

Good afternoon!

I have a power point report generated in NPrinting. I need to hide an object depending on the value of the variable.


If vVar = 1 then object visible in the report else object hidden.

What I did but did not work, the object is always visible.

1. I created the variable
2. I created conditional expression
3. I created filters in NPrinting to set the value of the variable
4. I created the report using Preview after selecting the filters manually.

What can I do?

I need this report to be generated in power point.


3 Replies
Honored Contributor

Re: Hide object on report NPrinting

There are a couple of possible options.

You can add another version of the object on the tab, have the report point to that object and then hid the object.  To the end user, it will look the same but the object will then be on the report.

Another option would be to create a new tab, place a copy of the object on the new tab, have the report point to the object and then hide the tab.

Regardless of the options above, it is important to make sure you bring the object into NPrinting before doing any hiding

New Contributor III

Re: Hide object on report NPrinting

Good morning Bala!

It didn't work, because Power point NPrinting report, doesn't hide object.

What i need is:

If variable vVar =1, then show object ID CH001 else show object ID CH002, both in the some position.

How can i do this?



Re: Hide object on report NPrinting

Hi Talita,

This can be done in a PixelPerfect template by using Formatting Rules. I a rule you can set a formula and when its result is true the specified format is applied. In the format you can specify if you want that the objects where you applied the rule will be visible or not.


In PowerPoint there isn't a similar feature.



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