Working With Table Formats
Today we learn how to get well-formatted reports in Excel from a database.
Let's open our well-known example of payments:
Open the query list and select CashFlow Year:
You will get the report like this:
You can see that the report has hidden columns and conditional formatting.
The add-in loads such formats from a database when you connect for the first time.
You can use Table Format Wizard to manage table formats in a workbook and a database.
For example, you can format a report, save its format to a database, and your colleagues will get it.
You can reload table formats from a database when your colleagues have saved them to a database.
This feature requires SaveToDB Framework installed. We will discuss it in the next letter.
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