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Document Preview

You can preview a report that is currently open in the Report Designer by switching to the Print Preview tab. This displays the report populated with data and divided into pages.

In preview mode, you can customize the document, export to different third-party formats, send by e-mail or print.

The Document Preview provides a toolbar and panels that become available depending on the document content. See Document Viewer GUI for more information.

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