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I am creating a report in the Pixel Perfect format in NPrinting.
My issue is I am not able to band the reports. As a result one entry is taking one page which is absolutely incorrect.
I have tried a lot but unfortunately could not fix the issue.
Can someone suggest me as to what do I need to do to solve the issue please?
Please add some screenshots of the template and the generated report. We need to clearly understand what you are doing in order to help you.
Thanks for getting back to me. Unfortunately I will not be able to attach any reports as they pertain to regulatory requirements.
On the contrary can you advise I can find any knowledge base article pertaining to the issue that I am facing please?
Any assistance is much appreciated.
The following https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-NPrinting-Documents/PixelPerfect-Tutorial-pdf/ta-p/1495435 PixelPerfect tutorial shows an example of the most used PixelPerfect features. If you prefer there are also the related videos here https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-NPrinting-Documents/Working-with-Qlik-NPrinting-PixelPerfect-repo....
You can also check the chapter of the help site related to PixelPerfect https://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/November2020/Content/NPrinting/PixelPerfectReports/Simple-PP-R...
I suggest you to check:
With the screenshots of the template (that do not contain data but only the structure of the report) it would be easier for us to understand where the issue is generated, but I hope you will be able to solve with those suggestions.
Let us know if you solve.
I'm not sure I understood. What you want is to insert a page break after each customer?
If youes give a check at the following screenshot:
Your screenshot seems more an Excel report than a PixelPerfect.
I've created a report based on your requirements
Where Customer is to Year, Product and Sales is to Product Name, GP %, total sales, gross profit.
See attached image to construct the report to deliver your requirement results.
@Ruggero_Piccoli has provided important links to help you with basic Pixel perfect design which this report very much is.
If you are new to NPrinting design or just need some additional guidance or possibly training, please also visit: