The export functionality can now generate separate Excel worksheets based on the page breaks in the report definition. A dedicated device info setting named SplitWorksheetOnPageBreakturns on this functionality. It works similarly to the so-called “soft page breaks.” The report authors can apply it to place different report sections or table groups in separate worksheets.
The report authors can now start using the Web Report Designer even easier with a built-in onboarding experience. When a user launches the designer for the first time, this onboarding experience will highlight the main tools and what each of their purposes are. The end-users will get used to the designer and the report authoring process in an accelerated manner.
We improved the report authoring experience when editing a Table or Crosstab item in the Web Report Designer by introducing convenient handles that allow the selection of a whole row or column. The handles also allow executing all the actions exposed on the table, e.g., inserting or deleting a column or adding a table group.