April 20, 2006
In this Issue:
1. Updated Speed of Custom Report Generator
It's a rare occasion that we don't label something in the database. Usually we try to give you a definitive label so there are no questions about what a button does in the system. This is one of those occasions when the label would be much larger than the button.
You may have noticed these tiny, little buttons.
They appear in the Query Details area of the Custom Report Generator after you have built your query in the Custom Report Generator and clicked the Add to Query button.
They're called radio buttons because about a million years ago in old car radios, you pushed one button, the dial moved. When you pushed another, the first choice was dropped and the dial moved again. (I only remember this because my dad's truck only had AM radio and it was torture to drive with him).
When you click one of our radio buttons, that piece of the query will populate in the Query Builder (when you click another radio button, the first one will disappear and be replaced by the piece you just clicked). This can be helpful in two ways:
Hopefully this has helped you figure out a better way to correct your reports, or build more complex reports. Either way, maybe this has solved the mystery of those little buttons. In the meantime, if you have an idea on a simple label for this area, feel free to pass it along to us!
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Focus On is our new series of email tutorials. We will show you a way that you can export data into a .csv file(which can be opened in Excel). It is used in combination with our Custom Report Generator and some Standard Reports.
As always, if you have questions about what you've read in our Focus On, we encourage you to call us and get additional training. Our support staff is always happy to provide you with the information you need.
We're always looking for new content and articles for our CampaignGuide. We'd love to hear from you, since we know that our clients are the most talented people in the business. If you decide to share your expertise with us, we'll include your contact info and a web link to your business with your article. Review our CampaignGuide and please, don't hold back if you have material that needs to be covered!
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