>
> So my questions are:
>
> 1)  Is there anyway I can make each search I do output it's results to a
> new tab so I do not have to start all over after getting 5 layers deep in a
> search if I screw up?
>

No... usually you would search transactions for quick lookups ("warranty
claim... when did I buy the dishwasher?") rather than for regular analysis
which are better done by specialised transaction reports.


> 2) Is there an easier way to get an editable exported document from any of
> the reports, including searches?  The only way to print them properly seems
> to be convert to HTML then print.  I on occasion need to add them to Open
> Office Documents and I have yet to find a way to do this on short notice.
> Export to open office file type would be wonderful great option in my case.
>
>
>From the report tab, click Export. You'll export to HTML.
>From Openoffice (preferably) Calc or Writer, File>Open HTML file.
FWIW Excel has better handling of dollars and numbers.


> Jeffrey Black M.B.A.
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