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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
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Old 22nd February 2006, 08:47
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Print Issue with device Excel

Having a device called EXCEL with this setup:

Device Type: rewrite to file
Locale: ISO-8859-1
Conv.program: ttstpconv
Argument: ASCII:EXCEL.exe %s
Path: default.xls
page length: 9999

and working fine for most of the reports, I have a problem with 1 report in session tdssc2401m000. It opens Excel with this message:
File not loaded completely.
It shows a help button and a OK button .
When I click the help button a text is showed and says that the file has more than the accepted rows/columns in Excel. Whe I click the OK button the Excel spreadsheet is opened and only shows the first row.

In normal conditions, when the report is in Display screen it contains only 29 pages.

Has anybody seen something similar?
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