Reports can still be saved to PDF, Excel, etc. file formats, so no functionality
has been lost, with one minor exception. Microsoft Word is no longer supported - but
the good news is that quick a copy & paste from Excel to Word yields better results
than the previous method.
The layout of controls has changed so that they appear on the pop-up report
page instead of on this page, where they traditionally have been. These changes are
expected to be highly intuitive.
Nonetheless, if for some reason you prefer or must use the old style Web Service
based reports, radio buttons at the top of this page allow you to select either the
'Interactive' or 'Web Service' reporting services mode.
Information in the sections below tell about these new reports in greater detail.
This dynamic interactive grouping allows the summarization of information
while retaining the ability to get the detailed information in the same report.
Gone will be two different versions of basically the same report: Summary and
Detailed. We think you'll get the idea quickly when a previously multi-page report
collapses down into one or two pages and you find the information you're
looking for that much faster. Another improvement is that hyperlinks in reports
now are launched in a new window.
With these changes we are committed to making as many of our reports
interactive as possible, as soon as possible.
Gone is the Microsoft Word format, which Microsoft took out some time back.
But it's easy to copy & paste an entire Excel worksheet to Word, and it does a
better job than the previous method.
Once the report is loaded, the report toolbar will appear. The report
toolbar has controls for:
Unable to load client print control.
If you are an administrator on your computer, you should be able to install
the necessary 'MSSQL Server' ActiveX control via your browser. If you are not
an administrator, an administrator can log onto your computer and install the
client print control for all the computer's users.
System Administrators may contact the Arizona Corporation Commission IT
Division for guidance on installing the control for their users.