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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantalain60
Registered: May 24, 2007
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Hello,

Is it possible to back up our paper report on a file ? .txt or anyelse

Thanks for your help

Alain60
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Registered: March 13, 2007
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When you've run a report, you can choose the print button. You'll then see a dialog window 'Print Report' where you can select a printer: 'Select/Setup Printer...'. That will show the 'Print Setup' dialog window where, apart from your installed printer(s), you should also see the windows standard 'Microsoft Print to PDF' option. This solves the 'anyelse' option you asked but doesn't produce a .txt file.

A .txt file isn't usable for the formatting required in a print report, unless it is very plain without graphics etc.

For a simple list you may want to read/reread this thread.

If you use the database query plugin (as suggested there) you can als copy and paste the list into a .txt file using windows Notepad instead of a spreadsheet program. But a spreadsheet program (like the free (!) LibreOffice or OpenOffice or similar) offers you more flexibility on the final edit you want... and then save it as text(*). You can find LibreOffice at www.libreoffice.org.

(*) The 'save as CSV' option is the one: that produces basically a text file with the columns separated by comma's -- or your other preferred separator.
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sonu11
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DVD Profiler app had been working perfectly fine on my Note 8 when on Android 7.0. However today as I have upgraded to the latest Android 8.0 now whenever I am opening the app it is only displaying a blank screen.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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DVD Profiler app had been working perfectly fine on my Note 8 when on Android 7.0. However today as I have upgraded to the latest Android 8.0 now whenever I am opening the app it is only displaying a blank screen.

You may have a better chance of getting an answer if you post in the appropriate forum, e.g. Android Technical Support.
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Or, if you are using the free version of DVDprofiler, post the question in a new thread here in this forum specifically tailored to new and free version users.
Eric

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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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Or, if you are using the free version of DVDprofiler, post the question in a new thread here in this forum specifically tailored to new and free version users.

Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think you need a paid version in order to post in the Android forums.
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Or, if you are using the free version of DVDprofiler, post the question in a new thread here in this forum specifically tailored to new and free version users.

Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think you need a paid version in order to post in the Android forums.


Admittently I do not have the Android version, but last time I looked you needed to pay a small fee to get it from the store. So users of that version aren't free version users. Free version users are main program users. But as I am not an Android version user, I do not know if a user can post there if he/she only has that mobile version.

I still remember this forum was created when a few ^$%$##@'s started spamming all around this place. It was created so the troubles would be contained whilst publicly emphasising this forum is the oppurtunity for free version newbies to put their questions forward -- which is also true.

Regarding Sonu11's question, I do agree it is more suited to the Adroid technical support in a new thread. it shouldn't be in a thread labeled 'report on...'.
Eric

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