Expression Editor

Expression Editor


The expression editor is the place where you'll add data to a cell. Data is connected in most cases to cells within the Detail band, Group Footer bands and Report Footer bands. You'll know when data is connected to a cell when there is a black cylinder icon and the text has brackets around it. Entering the expression editor is simple. You'll select a cell you want to connect data to and the cell border will turn blue. You will see a blue F next to the cell. Click the blue F and the expression editor will open. If you make any changes, please make sure to press Apply and then OK to set then save your changes. Always make sure to save your report often.

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