Analyze, Update, Present & Share Data
Telerik Reporting supports a variety of format and document standards to assure that its reports can be exported, printed, and further updated, edited, shared, and presented by the end-user.
Word, PowerPoint, Excel 2007-2010
By natively supporting the Office Open XML standard, developed by Microsoft for representing spreadsheets, presentations and word processing documents, Telerik Reporting can export its reports to 2007/2010 Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Word, and Excel documents. Native support for the Office Open XML standard also means that:
- All report elements such as tables, textboxes, charts, etc. together with the full report data and aggregates are exported and end-users can update, edit and present the exported report as they see fit;
- All document suites that support the Office Open XML standard, paid or open source, can open the exported documents and allow for editing.
Telerik Reporting uses a purpose-built Excel Rendering Extension to produce Excel 97-2003 files (*.xls) without relying on Microsoft Office being installed on the server. The extension preserves the look and feel of the original report and gives your users the opportunity to manipulate data further. Exported files can be opened by the user with Microsoft Excel 97 or later.
The XML Paper Specification (XPS) provides users and developers with a robust, open and trustworthy format for electronic paper. The XML Paper Specification describes electronic paper in a way that can be read by hardware, software, and people. XPS documents print better, can be shared easier, are more secure and can be archived with confidence.
MHTML (Web Archive)
A web page archive format used to bind resources which are typically represented by external links (such as images, Flash animations, Java applets, audio files) together with HTML code into a single file. The content of an MHTML file is encoded as if it were an HTML e-mail message.
PDF is used for representing two-dimensional documents in a manner independent of the application software, hardware, and operating system. Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout 2D document that includes the text, fonts, images, and 2D vector graphics which composeRTF the documents.
Rich Text Format (RTF)
Most word processing software implementations support RTF format importing and exporting, and/or direct editing, often making it a "common" format between otherwise incompatible word processing software and operating systems. These factors contribute to its interoperability.
Comma separated values (CSV)
A Comma separated values (CSV) file is used for the digital storage of data structured in a table of lists form, where each associated item (member) in a group is in association with others also separated by the commas of its set. CSV files are often used for moving tabular data between two different computer programs, for example between a database program and a spreadsheet program.
Image (TIFF, GDI+ formats)
Telerik Reporting can export its reports to all Al graphic formats that are supported by GDI+ (BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF and metafile (EMF)). Telerik Reporting comes with the ability to export to TIFF using a variety of compression types, providing for an optimized file size, including:
Dynamic file naming
When exporting reports, you can dynamically name the exported file based on the built-in expressions. Expressions support parameters, fields, user defined functions, etc. and give you full control over the naming conventions of the exported files.
The Report Book (aka Report Merge) gives you the ability to combine many reports into a single report instance for the purposes of printing them at once or exporting them to a single file. This feature is very handy when you need to print/review related reports at once (i.e. to combine two or more reports into one for easy review/print/export), or when you have to produce a complex statement which contains other reports.
Each report's page settings are preserved allowing for an easy print/export without any further modifications. Each report in the book is processed as a standalone item and the result is compiled in an aggregate document. There is no additional performance cost outside of the costs for each individual report the report book holds. Reports are displayed in the order they were added to the report book. See demo