3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 15, 2017 9:01 AM by Ruggero Piccoli RSS

    How to change color of qlikview variable in Nprinting

    Krishna Chaitanya

      Hi All, I have a variance variable in qlikview. This variable is importing into Nprinting 16.0. I want the color of text to be in RED if variance value is negative. Is it possible to achieve this from Nprinting? If so please advice. It is ok, if color can be changed in QLIKVIEW and gets import into in Nprinting as well. Thanks to advice. Regards, Krishna Chaitanya B.

        • Re: How to change color of qlikview variable in Nprinting
          Ruggero Piccoli

          You can use the formatting features of the report type you are using. For example, if you are creating an Excel template you can use Excel formatting features to manage the color based on the variable value. For more details refer to the official help site Applying Excel formatting ‒ Qlik NPrinting.

           

          You cannot import the variable color from QlikView to NPrinting.

           

           

          Best Regards,

          Ruggero

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            • Re: How to change color of qlikview variable in Nprinting
              Krishna Chaitanya

              Sorry, I forgot to mention, We are using Word report due to page restriction. Krishna Chaitanya B

                • Re: How to change color of qlikview variable in Nprinting
                  Ruggero Piccoli

                  Ok,Word doesn't give you the possibility to conditionally change the color of a value.

                  In this case I suggest you to create a QlikView object, refresh the connection cache and import the new, formatted, object as an image or table in the template.

                   

                  Best Regards,

                  Ruggero

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