But I have not been able to get it to work yet. Probably something simple I’m missing, but have not yet been able to locate the answer in the forums.
Our organization has purchased Qlikview Server, and this will probably be much easier once that's installed, but we're a few weeks away from that, and I need to be able to drop some Qlikview objects into PowerPoint as soon as possible, and have them be interactive for me as well as other users.
When I copy any Qlikview object and then try to paste it into PowerPoint 2013 keeping source formatting (as the video demonstrates), nothing happens. If I drag and drop the object, still nothing happens. If I Insert>Object>QlikOCX Control, I get an empty rectangle with the Qlikview logo at the top left, but can't do anything with it.
Can anyone please point me in the right direction? Is this even possible without the Server environment?
Re: How do I insert QlikView 11 objects into PowerPoint 2013?
I got confirmation from a colleague that in Office 2013 it works equally well. You may encounter some issues while trying to integrate a 64-bit QlikView OCX into a 32-bit Office. Apparently, SR10 does away with those "issues".