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Use Separate Formatting on Individual Excel Worksheet Tabs in QC


Michael Atkin
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When you're using the option in eCapture QC to reprocess in native application, the pages you print to the EDD Driver don't get sent until you close the application. This means you can format each worksheet tab separately, print it to the EDD driver, and then move on to the next tab. In this way you can use separate formatting for each worksheet tab and print multiple times to preserve the formatting. When you are finished printing each worksheet just close the native application (Excel) and the EDD driver will send all the pages printed back to the QC module.

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When you're using the option in eCapture QC to reprocess in native application, the pages you print to the EDD Driver don't get sent until you close the application. This means you can format each worksheet tab separately, print it to the EDD driver, and then move on to the next tab. In this way you can use separate formatting for each worksheet tab and print multiple times to preserve the formatting. When you are finished printing each worksheet just close the native application (Excel) and the EDD driver will send all the pages printed back to the QC module.

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When you're using the option in eCapture QC to reprocess in native application, the pages you print to the EDD Driver don't get sent until you close the application. This means you can format each worksheet tab separately, print it to the EDD driver, and then move on to the next tab. In this way you can use separate formatting for each worksheet tab and print multiple times to preserve the formatting. When you are finished printing each worksheet just close the native application (Excel) and the EDD driver will send all the pages printed back to the QC module.

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