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Content of Crystal Reports 2011
« on: November 30, 2013, 11:20:53 PM »
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Crystal Reports is a powerful software tool for turning data into Report. End-users, Analysts and Reporting Engineers alike use Crystal Reports to extract and format information, and with over 9 million licenses shipped Crystal Reports is one of the most popular packages for corporate reporting. This class is designed for users with little or no exposure to Crystal Reports. The intent of the course is to familiarize the students with the Crystal Reports environment and get them up and reporting quickly. Joining this class, you will learn to create presentation-quality reports from a variety of data sources, and how to add the advanced features they need to analyze report data. Students will learn to create simple and complex reports with the formatting and organization techniques presented in the class, and how to add filtering and summaries to crunch millions of rows of data into a concise and meaningful format. You will also learn to create your own formulas and SQL Expressions, as well as how to use advanced Crystal Reports features such as subreports, cross-tabs, charts, dynamic parameters, and more. Crystal Reports 101 is filled with step-by-step essentials and real-world examples, showing students how to take full advantage of Crystal Reports key features so you can create information-rich, quality reports from your own data and integrate them into their own applications.

Class Content:

Crystal Reports 2011

Introduction

Chapter 1 - An Introduction to Crystal Reports

Chapter 2 - How to install Crystal Report into your PC

Chapter 3 - Access Data, Creating Report with Standard Report Wizard, Working with Report Designer, Customizing the Environment

Chapter 4 - Understanding Field Objects, Working with Sections, Inserting Groups into your report

Chapter 5 - Grouping on Date or Date-Time field, Record-level Sorting, Drill-down and Summary Reports

Chapter 6 - Summarizing Report Data, Adding Summary Fields to Report, Analysing Report Data,

Chapter 7 - Using Record Selection to Filter Report, Using Parameter Fields, Parameter Fields and Record Selection

Chapter 8 - Formula Overview, Working with Formula, Creating Simple Arithmetic Formula

Chapter 9 - Using Functions, Adding Logic to Formulas, debugging Formular, Working with Customer Functions, SQL Command

Chapter 10 - Building Complex Reports, Subreports, Formatting Subreports

Chapter 11 - Working with Cross-Tabs, Formatting Cross-Tabs, Analyzing Cross-Tab Data

Chapter 12 - Adding Charts to Your Reports, Advanced Fortting

Chapter 13 - Report Integration Overview