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QlikView Scripting by Matt Floyd

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Using themes for a consistent look

QlikView developers will often re-use a QlikView application on subsequent projects, deleting the objects they do not want, and modifying or copying objects they want to include in the new application. This approach is perfectly valid, but the use of QlikView themes is useful in enforcing formatting properties and corporate styles in applications, and saves time in application development.

QlikView themes can be created and edited for the document, sheet, or objects. The theme itself is stored in an XML file (with a .qvt extension), such as a Windows Application Data (AppData) folder for the active user, as shown in the following path (Windows 7). Note that the AppData folder may be a hidden folder and may need ...

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