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Here s how to change the number appearance: 1 From the Edit Data menu, select Format Data The Format Data pane showing the Category list displays, as shown here Depending on which option you choose from the drop-down list, more options appear in the Format Data pane For example, if you choose Currency, five additional lists display that include currency display options for the number of decimal places, the scale, multiple countries currency, whether to display a negative sign or parenthesis for negative numbers, whether or not to use a thousands separator, and whether to display a currency symbol or international code 2 Choose an item from the Category list and set the desired options from the lists that are available The following examples show the available options that display as you select each of the available categories This illustration shows the options for the Number category:
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This illustration shows the options for the Currency category:
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This illustration shows the options for the Scientific category:
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3 Click OK Query Studio updates the format of your numbers accordingly
Specify the Number of Rows per Page
By default, Query Studio displays 20 rows of data per page when you run your query The number of rows that displays can be increased or decreased Increasing the number of rows that displays reduces the amount of times that you have to page up or page down the query; however, it also increases the amount of data that Query Studio must retrieve to display the query results Increasing the number of rows is helpful if you want to scroll through more of the query instead of paging up or down
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NOTE This option does not affect the number of rows that displays when your query is printed
Here s how to change the number of rows: 1 From the Change Layout menu, select Set Web Page Size The Set Web Page Size pane displays:
2 From the Number Of Rows list, select number of rows to be displayed in your web browser The options range, in various increments, from 4 rows to 1000 rows 3 Optionally, select the Show Row Numbers checkbox When selected, this option assigns row numbers to the individual rows in the resulting data 4 Click OK Query Studio updates the number of rows displayed on the page
Change the Title
When you create a Query Studio query, a default title of Title displays at the top of the query For some users, this may be sufficient Users who are going to be printing the resulting data might want to change the title or add a subtitle to the query Additionally, you can choose whether or not to show what filters and sorts have been applied to the query Here s how to change the title: 1 From the Change Layout menu, select Edit Title Area The Edit Title Area pane displays, as shown here:
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2 In the Title and Subtitle text boxes, enter the new title and optional subtitle 3 Optionally, choose whether the query shows what filters and sorts have been applied to the query A checkmark means that the filters or sorts will be displayed If you choose not to show filters or sorts, this will not affect your query The data will still maintain its filter or sort 4 Click OK Query Studio updates your query based on your entries
Add Conditional Styles
Conditional styles enable the user to establish criteria on which Query Studio highlights (brings to the attention of readers) specified ranges or values You can use conditional styles with numeric data, text data, and date values You can establish range thresholds that require certain criteria to be met If the data exceeds or falls short of the threshold, the query displays the resulting data in a specified color For example, suppose your query shows the revenue for all the product types your company has sold You can set ranges that make sense for your business, such as revenue above 10,000,000 is excellent, revenue above 1,000,000 is average, and revenue below 1,000,000 is poor Query Studio applies the conditional highlighting based on where your data falls within your thresholds You can also add conditional styles to values Conditional styles are added to query items and measures differently Here s how to add conditional styles: 1 Select the column for which you would like to apply conditional styles For this example, we select the Revenue column in a query containing Product Line, Product Type and Revenue from the Go Sales and Retailers package 2 From the Change Layout menu, select Define Conditional Styles The Define Conditional Styles pane displays:
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