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From "Kyle McAbee" <k.mca...@treev.com>
Subject RE: How to print Aggregate Report, import into Excel?
Date Mon, 22 Nov 2004 17:13:54 GMT
Dear Mr. Woger and JMeter Users:

Copying an Aggregate Report to an Excel spreadsheet

1.	In JMeter, run a test plan that has an Aggregate Report listener.
2.	Click the first row of the Aggregate Report element.
3.	Press Ctrl+Shift+End to select all rows.
4.	Press Ctrl+C to copy all rows.
5.	In Excel, open a new workbook.
6.	Click on the top left cell.
7.	Press Ctrl+V to insert all rows into the spreadsheet.

You can print the report from Excel.

This procedure also works with the View Results In Table element.

Note   In the View Results In Table element, each cell in the Success column contains a checked
or cleared check box. After copying, each cell in the Excel spreadsheet contains "TRUE" or
"FALSE".

Sincerely yours,

Kyle


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