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Setting common export options

Use this step to specify options to be applied to all exported data:

 

Select the number of records to be exported from each table: a fixed number or all records.

 

Specify actions to be executed after the export. To open the result files in the associated program (MS Excel, Notepad, default browser, etc), check the Open file box. To send the result files to the default printer, use the Print file checkbox.

 



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