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Export Data Wizard

Data Export wizard is a tool to save data from Firebird tables, views, and queries to the most popular formats. It allows you to fully customize output files including header and footer, fonts, colors, and data formats.

 

Export Data tool supports:

Microsoft Office Excel 97-2003, 2007
CSV
HTML
XML
Text
Microsoft Office Word 97-2003, 2007
Microsoft Office Access
OpenDocument Spreadsheet
OpenDocument Text
DBF
PDF
RTF
DIF
SYLK
LaTex.

 

In order to run the wizard you should either

 

open the table in Table Editor;
go on to the Data tab

or

open and execute the query in SQL Editor or Query Builder;
proceed to the Result tab

 

and select the Export Data item from the Navigation Bar.

 

To export your data,

Set the format and the name of the destination file;
Specify such additional options of the result file as header and footer, formats applied to exported data and some format-specific options;
Select columns you want to include into result files;

 

See also: Get SQL Dump, Import Data Wizard



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