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BIRT: A Field Guide to Reporting by Nola Hague, Alethea Hannemann, Diana Peh

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Chapter 22. Adding Interactive Viewing Features

Some reports are long and complex, which can make it difficult for readers to locate and use the information that they need. In these cases, you can add interactive features that help users to navigate and explore reports. Hyperlinks and tables of content offer different ways for a user to find information or drill down to more detailed data. Interactive chart features enable you to customize the data that a chart displays and provide links to additional information. To review information in a different format, a report user can export some or all of the data from a report.

Creating hyperlinks

You can create a hyperlink that links one report element to another element, either in the same report or ...

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