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    Report to Excel (2k)

    I'm trying to export a report to excel, but the format I get is not desirable (its close though). I have 2 text boxes in the header of the report that displays information that was entered by the user through prompts to determine the data shown on the report. After I open the report and export to excel, I end up getting the names of these 2 text boxes (cells A1 and B1), and then the report continues after that.

    Is there anyway I can skip these 2 text boxes without taking them out of the report? Deleting the columns after it was exported would be just as good (automatically).
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    Re: Report to Excel (2k)

    Why not create a separate report for exporting to Excel?

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    Re: Report to Excel (2k)

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