Your create report screen allows you to create reports for the review and analysis of your office's recorded timesheet and expense claim information.
This screen is reached from your administration or reports application's main menu screen:
The buttons and fields provided on this screen as follows:
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Exits the screen and returns you to your main menu screen.
Clears all report filter elements, resetting the report filter to that set for your chosen report.
Requests a report with the report filter and output options you have selected.
Opens a new web page displaying help for your current screen.
Created Web Page reports will be opened for display in your Report Review screen. In that screen, you can choose to save your report to your computer's hard drive by clicking the green "Save to Disk" button:
After clicking the "Save to Disk" button, your report will be saved to your computer's Downloads folder and be available for your review in a new web browser window. Depending upon your web browser's behaviour for saving files, you may be presented with a "Save As" dialog box, a "File Saved" notification or, as with Mac OS X Safari, your file may be silently saved to your computer without showing any notification message at all.
Using Mac OS X Safari?
Please note: The Safari web browser provided with Mac computers
will save your reports to your Downloads folder
without displaying a confirmation message.
After selecting 'Save to Disk' or creating an export report,
you will be able to find your saved report files in your Downloads folder.
When creating a report for Microsoft Excel, your report will be saved to your computer's Downloads folder with the name of "senomixReport.xls" and (for the behaviour of most web browsers) be automatically opened in Excel for your review.
When creating data export reports (such as your QuickBooks export, or database export options), your report will be automatically saved to your computer's Downloads folder in the file format expected for that export. The filename used for your report will describe its contents (for example, QBTimesheets.iif for the QuickBooks timesheet export report).
As reports are saved, they will be numbered for you (for example, "senomixReport (12).xls") in the order they are created. You can rename your saved reports as you would like, and we recommend deleting old reports from your Downloads folder or moving them to your personal directories once they are no longer required for your immediate reference.