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When exporting a view to excel, 3 columns are hidden
Is there a possibility to create the same in a report. Exporting to excel gives us the possibility to click on an account, and via the hyperlink we are redirected to CRM. Until now I haven't found a way to include these 3 columns in a report.
I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to do:
Or is it something else ?
David, thanks for the answer. the reason why we want to use this is, because we do an export to excel and via macro's we have a quick overview on what data changed the last 7 days. The macro needs a unique field to do the comparison.
an export, using a view, is not creating hyperlinks, while an export via the report does so. But the report didn't show us the checksum.
Jean-Philippe, if you want a unique identifier, you're best off using the primary key field (e.g. contactid for the contact entity) for the comparison, and you can include that in a report
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