CRYSTAL REPORTS TRAINING

Crystal Reports For Sage 100
Beyond The Basics

Customize Reports For Your Specific Applications

Here’s your opportunity to dramatically improve your ability to create customized reports that meet your unique business needs. You will learn how to use sub-reports and complex formulas to generate new reports or enhance existing ones. Learn how to link multiple tables together in a single report.

This class is ideal for

Sage software users who need to understand the basics of creating and using reporting

Topics Included

  • Create sub-reports for customizing
  • Learn complex formulas for use in reports
  • Link multiple tables using various types of joins
  • Learn how to modify forms
  • Utilize graphical features for better date presentation

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

Completion of an Introduction to Crystal Reports for Sage 100 training class and a Sage 100 Data File Structures training class (recommended), or a passing grade on an equivalent assessment

Course level:

Intermediate

Tuition:

$995.00 + $125 (plus tax and shipping) for Training Guide. Discounts available for groups of 3 or more.

CPE Credits:

16.
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