RAPHA  TRAINING

 

         

Crystal Reports 8.5 

Report Design I

Overview

This two-day course is designed for the novice Crystal Reports user who needs to quickly become proficient in creating and modifying reports. Some of the topics include planning a report, creating a basic report, record selection, sorting, grouping and summarizing, charting, and formulas such as basic calculations and running totals.
Who Should Attend
Information professionals or business users who want to learn the basics of report design using Crystal Reports.
Prerequisites
Students must complete the tutorial in the Crystal Reports Userís Guide and have a proficient knowledge of Windows.
What You Will Learn
     Report Design Concepts
     Report Design
     Record Selection
     Sorting, Grouping, and Summarizing
     Formatting for Presentation Quality
     Linking
     Formula Basics
     Conditional Reporting
     Section Formatting
     Charting

 

Crystal Reports 8.5

Report Design II

Overview

This two-day course is designed to build on the topics learned in Report Design I, to increase report design skills and further discover the reporting power of Crystal Reports. Along with hands-on practice, the course covers grouping options, formulas such as variables and functions, geographical mapping, parameters, cross-tabs, and report distribution.
Who Should Attend
Information professionals or business users who want to further develop their basic report design skills using Crystal Reports.
Prerequisites
Students must have taken the Report Design I course and/or understand basic report design concepts such as linking, record selection, sorting, grouping, summarizing, basic formulas, conditional reporting and section formatting.
What You Will Learn
     Report Creation Review
     Grouping Options
     Sections
     Formulas
     Parameters
     Geographical Mapping
     Cross-tabs
     Report Distribution
 

 

Crystal Reports 8.5

Report Design III

 
Overview
 
This one-day course is designed to further increase report design skills by concentrating on advanced topics. Along with hands-on practice, the course covers architecture, report design and Structured Query Language, advanced formula creation such as arrays and control structures, sub-reports, and an XML overview as it relates to Crystal Reports.
 
Who Should Attend
 
Attendees should be Information Professionals or "power users" who want to further develop their intermediate report-design skills using Crystal Reports.
 
Prerequisites
 
Students must have taken Report Design I and II courses or have a minimum of six months of report-design experience with Crystal Reports, and understand advanced report design concepts such as formulas, parameters, sections, cross-tabs, and report distribution options. Relational database knowledge is recommended.
 
What You Will Learn
 
     Architecture
     Working with Databases
     Formulas
     Sub-reports
     Crystal Reports and XML

All pricing excludes VAT

 

Courses

Price

Seagate Crystal Reports v 8.5  Report Design I   

              ( 2 days )

R3,500.00

Seagate Crystal Reports v 8.5  Report Design II  

              ( 2 days )

R3,500.00

Seagate Crystal Reports v 8.5  Report Design III  

               (1 day)

R1,750.00