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From here you can create additional Mime objects, use any of the Mime objects that are currently stored, or import other Mime objects you have available and need to use in the Report Designer. Notice that the logo for SAP is in both the GIF and JPG formats, and both are usable in the Report Designer, as shown in the following illustration. If you need to modify the images available, you can download them using the Download menu option, make any of the necessary changes, and then reload the images by using the Upload/Download context menu option. Images can be assigned to most cells in the Report Designer. Thus, an image can be married with a text or a key figure amount. This can come in handy if you have a series of products in your report and the requirement is to have both the product name and the symbol of the product in the report. This functionality is demonstrated in the next section on headers and footers. Basically, to use the image option, you use the context menu for the cell where the image will be inserted. From the context menu, choose the Insert Image option. A small icon will appear in the cell. If you click that icon, and it will disappear and a gray box with the word Image will appear. All the other work is done via the Properties tab for this cell. Go to the lower-left section to see the properties of the image. Once you re there, the menu path for inserting the image is available. Just type in the additional file path to direct the system to the Mime Repository and then the specific image. Adjusting the size and position of the image can also be done in the Properties tab of the Report Designer.
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Headers and footers offer additional approaches to increase the professional look and feel of a report. From the Report Designer main menu, use the option Insert | Page Header or Insert | Page Footer. Once you have used one of these options, notice that another section has appeared either above or below the report body. This header and/or footer can be
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expanded by adding lines or cells. All the options for formatting the text and cells are available, including Custom Text Images Text Fields Filter Values Query Fields Variable Values Insert Additional Cells In addition to inserting a header and footer, you have the ability to insert an additional section. This allows you to add another Data Provider with other functionality, such as adding another query to the Report Designer format, or simply add additional text and fields.
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From the Field Catalog, you can access any of the objects and text available under the multiple folders. The Field Catalog is where all the elements to drag and drop into the header and footer are stored. In most cases, a report has some type of vital information that needs to be available for the business users to understand what they are looking at and what types of data are available. All these different elements are available in the Field Catalog, including information such as the date of the data refresh, a reminder of the current filter values and variable values, the name of the Data Provider, and other fields. These elements can be inserted into any of the available cells, but are more appropriately positioned either in the header or footer of the report. The best approach to this would be to insert additional fields into the header and footer so that the spacing and formatting can be controlled on an individual basis for these cells and information. The illustration on the right shows the different sections available in the Field Catalog and the different elements available for Copyright by SAP AG use in the header and footer sections.
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