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Paolo btw - I am asking my supervisors to have you come in for some one-on-one trainings. Jan Paula says January 4, 2011 at 12:12 pm Jan, I created a Statement of Cash Flows, but all of a sudden it just went out of balance with the GL. Jan Harrigan CPA says October 10, 2011 at 9:40 am No…each catalog, when exported, creates its own excel workbook. Usually a number in column D will have an @ sign preceding it; that means it references a row code in column A. http://bloggingsystemsblog.com/frx-error/frx-error-subscript-out-of-range.html

Where do I begin to troubleshoot? Reply Reply With Quote April 6th, 2011,03:46 PM #4 Steve R Jones View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ride 'em Cowboy Join Date Oct 2001 Location Dallas, TX Watch the detail level: if it's financial and account and you're sending everything straight to the printer, you're likely to get reams of paper you don't want. I try all the Microsoft KB that was published but the error persist.

Justin says February 23, 2009 at 11:26 am Oops…saw the answer on one of your previous posts from Jan 2007. I recently linked a FRx report to an excel spreadsheet to pull in a value that, for the rest of the FRx report, shows a % of Rev calculation in the I'm hacked off and I don't mind naming names. I am still gettingthe error message.

I look forward to that post! Occurred in: PrintCommandDialog() Paolo says March 2, 2012 at 2:10 pm Hi Jan, Where can I find the solution to Justin's problem dated 2/23/09? "I’m trying to create an Operating statement Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Who's Online Blogs Latest Activity Forum PC Hardware and Tech Technical The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

Nothing's ever simple, is it! For one of the units in the tree, I get an error 9: subscript is out of range. Good luck…Jan Tom says October 21, 2014 at 2:52 pm Great site! why not try these out We are getting "Runtime Error 9: Subscript out of Range" error message when we export one particular report to Excel.

I was sent a link from another forum that allows the combining multiple spreadsheets into one. I stumbled across this site through google and it appears you really know your stuff! Any ideas?Terry 3 Replies 119 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation TerryF 2008-03-05 23:08:01 UTC Rick Tenorio [MSFT] 2008-03-07 18:24:02 UTC TerryF 2008-03-10 There's more information in my post Executive Reporting: Using Excel Charts with FRx.

This works for either FRx or MR. http://microsoft.public.frx.narkive.com/LelzprMZ/subscript-out-of-range-error If I can't be there live, this might be the next best thing :)

Quickly learn essentials Fully searchable For end users and consultants I don't pull punches re bugs and Lagniappe (Cajun for ‘a little something extra'): Use Excel to automatically graph FRx reports. Salaries - PC5000 Salaries - PC5001 Salaries - PC5002 Only certain rows need to be limited to a specific profit center, other rows are representing all of the data.

Content can't be added to an existing workbook…the only option you have is to replace the file. Definitely need to step away from it for a little while; I've been going round in circles too long! Jan Harrigan CPA says June 13, 2012 at 8:24 am Take a look in the row format under Edit>Rounding Adjustments and you'll see the row number where the rounding adjustment is Thx…Paul Jan Harrigan CPA says December 3, 2012 at 9:42 am First, thanks for the compliment!

Add a cost center reporting tree and you should be good to go. 8.  Plan and design the best way to use FRx to begin any reports that must be completed Once the companies are set up in FRx, they will be selectable in the tree. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 6 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 6 his comment is here E-Mail Address All Hat, No Cattle?

If I do not export formulas, it worksfine, but if I try to export flrumla's I get the error message. but, i'm only getting it on onereport. Debbie Reply Dave Winters Works For M*Modal, Inc.

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I have triedcompacting the System database and I tried creating a simple consolidatedtree with only two units that rollup to a summary unit. robert says July 28, 2009 at 4:50 pm In FRx, is there a way to replace a zero amount with a "-"? New to MR? See link below.

Any ideas would be a great help! Ignore the warning - the report viewer will launch after the report is done.   Here are some more in-depth articles on error 9, mainly related to FRx Report Designer: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/865978 Jan Harrigan CPA says July 29, 2009 at 11:16 am Yes, in fact I have a post on how to do just that. weblink Jan Jen says June 6, 2013 at 10:48 am Thank you so much!

Here are 3 essentials to know before you start. I have FRx release 6.7.5014. Reply Sandip Jadhav Works For BatchMaster in Laguna Hills, California LinkedIn YouTube Blog My Badges Sandip Jadhav responded on 25 Mar 2010 1:45 PM Jaymi, Try this KB Link : https://mbs.microsoft.com/knowledgebase/KBDisplay.aspx?WTNTZSMNWUKNTMMYUTMZWVZSQTWWUNTTQMZRNXKPSSOVRNVROLMVMWQOOTUKWYYVLXPOYSMONXLWWTXOZLSLPXMMRKKYQWZL I'll look and email it.

I have triedcompacting the System database and I tried creating a simple consolidatedtree with only two units that rollup to a summary unit. I suggest applying the latest service pack to resolve the issue.Service pack 9 is available for all general ledgers, and service pack 10 isbeing tested and released for all general ledgers Any number without an @ sign is treated as, well, a number. Alli Justin says February 17, 2009 at 10:19 am I'm trying to create an Operating statement budget variance (favourable/unfavourable), but can't seem to to get the ‘XCR' print controls in the

In the row format, column G Column is used to restrict what prints. (In Management Reporter, it's column H Column Restriction.) Give it the letters for the columns that you DO I suggest applying the latest service pack to resolve the issue.Service pack 9 is available for all general ledgers, and service pack 10 isbeing tested and released for all general ledgers