Print Control in Management Reporter

The Print Control cell can contain codes that control the printing of the amounts in the row.

The following table describes the regular Print Control codes for a row definition.

Print Code

Description

NP

Excludes the amounts in this row from printing in the report and from calculations.

If you want to include a non-printing column in a calculation, refer to the column directly in the calculation formula. For example, the non-printing row 240 is included in the following calculation: 230+240+250. However, the non-printing row 240 is not included in the following calculation: 230:250

CS

Includes the currency symbol in all non-percentage amounts. (Percentage values never receive a currency symbol.)

XD

Suppresses the display of accounts on account detail reports or transaction detail reports. This feature is useful when a row includes multiple accounts that should not be listed in the account detail or transaction detail report.

XO

Excludes a row from the report if all cells in that row are either empty or contain zeros. This print control is meaningful only when the suppress zero balance option is not selected in the report definition.

BO

Leaves empty any columns in this row that contain zero amounts.

XR

Suppresses a rollup. If the report uses a reporting tree, the amounts in this row are not rolled up into subsequent parent nodes.

SR

Prevents the amounts in this row from being rounded.

XT

Suppresses the display of transactions in transaction detail reports. This feature is useful when a row includes multiple accounts that should not be listed in a transaction detail report.

The following table describes the conditional Print Control codes for a row definition.

Conditional Print Control Code

Description

(none)

Clears the conditional print selection.

DR

Prints only the negative balances for this row.

CR

Prints only the positive balances for this row.

Add print control codes to a report row

  1. Double-click the Print Control cell in the row definition.

  2. In the Print Control dialog box, select one or more codes, and then click OK.

    Note: You can also type the print codes directly into the Print Control cell. Separate multiple print control codes with commas.

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