If you are a new user to NPrinting, please have a look at the training material available online. This will answer many questions that you may have.
Basic training on youtube:
Advanced training on youtube:
- 1. Go to https://ftpus.qliktech.com/thinclient (note if you get a warning message that the certificate is unknown – please ignore that message*)
- 2. Enter your username nprinting and password: qliknprinting
- 3. Select the files to download ( QlikView NPrinting Basic.mp4, QlikView NPrinting Advanced.mp4) and click “DOWNLOAD FILES”
This information is best shared with any new NPrinting customers as needed to ensure they can build a strong foundation in NPrinting development right out of the gate.
Additionally, the training repository can be downloaded from:
The zip file must be extracted to c:\nprintingtraining to prevent the relative paths from breaking.
In Word, there are a couple ways of doing this. One possibility is to create a level in the report, which will cycle thru a dimension to create a report for each value of that dimension. You can also add in page breaks around the level(s) to ensure that the report is formatted properly. With levels, you can embed the tag representing the dimension value directly inside the report.
More on levels is available here (the example is for Excel templates but can be applied to Word as well): How to Create One or More Levels in Excel Reports – Customer Feedback for Vizubi
Another way would be to create a variable in QlikView, like vCustomerName for example, which would simply be equal to the selected Customer Name. Then add that variable to the left pane, and you're able to drag-and-drop that as you would any other report element.
Thanks - I will probably try something like this when I've watched the training videos.
Strangely, I have done it again, but dropping the field into the middle of some already formatted text, then deleting the surrounding text seems to have done the trick.
It's probably just inexperience with a new tool