Entries by Ziga Milek

Exporting as (static) Excel workbook

If you want to share your Zebra BI reports or dashboards with other users who don't have Zebra BI installed, one of the options you have is to send them a static Excel workbook. A static Excel workbook is an Excel file that looks exactly like the original file, except that the Zebra BI charts […]

Zebra BI Dynamic Viewer

If you want other users to open your Zebra BI reports directly in MS Excel with fully updatable charts, then they require either a full Zebra BI license or a Zebra BI Dynamic Viewer license. The Zebra BI Dynamic Viewer is a lighter version of Zebra BI that doesn't include the design options (insert charts, […]

Publishing web-based dashboards to MS SharePoint

Zebra BI for SharePoint enables publishing dynamic and interactive Zebra BI reports and dashboards to hundreds or even thousands of users via MS SharePoint Server. You prepare your dashboard or report like normal - in Excel. Then all you have to do is click Publish on your Zebra BI ribbon and it will be published […]

Why aren’t the comment signs exported to PowerPoint?

Make sure you select and export the range of cells behind the chart, comment signs and other elements! If you exported a Zebra BI chart to PowerPoint using Zebra BI "Export" function and don't see the other elements, such as comment signs in PowerPoint, chances are you had just the chart selected when you did […]

Can I change the names of business scenarios (AC, BU, FC, PY) or add my own?

Yes, of course. Labels AC, BU, FC and PY are standard abbreviations for business scenarios, recommended by the International Business Communication Standards (IBCS). They represent different types of business data, such as "Actual", "Budget", "Forecast" and "Previous year". But if you want to use your own labels for business scenarios, translate them into your local […]