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- 06/16/2011 at 1:21 am #3917
I’m trying to use qExcelViewer in a MOSS 2007 std environment. Are there any great tutorials on how to use it? I’m trying to link the viewer to a list. I want the viewer on the root page of a site and display the list. Now I’m guessing that I’m supposed to put the name of the list in “Session Name” but I’m getting an error saying that it does not match anything in the List View. What in the world does that mean??? The tool tip on this box is so vague. So I tried to make a list view type and put that name in “Session Name” and still nothing. Can anyone help? Does the viewer only work with excel sheet imports only? Any help would be nice.
Thanks in advance!!!
- 06/16/2011 at 1:21 am #4784
I'd suggest you to take a look to the help file.
I copied and paste here some text from there:
After you go over it please let me know if you still have more questions.
This help file is a good reference for each of the properties and attributes for the Web Parts. If you would like to learn more on how to use this Web Part, please see the Computer Based Training document.
The qExcelViewer Web Part lets users view their data in Microsoft Excel. The Excel viewer works in conjunction with the qListView.
When the user clicks Export to Excel in the list view, the Excel viewer page will be launched and the data will be opened in Microsoft Excel.
The name of the Session variable where the Excel Viewer expects to find all the information that has been set by a qListView. For this to work, this value must be the same as that of the Session Name property of the qListView.
If set to true, the column name will be displayed in the first row.
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