Yes! When you buy Zebra BI, you receive a “named user license”, which means it’s tied to your name, not your computer. If you have multiple computers (for example: one at work, one at home), you can use your license on all of them, as long as it’s you who’s using Zebra BI.
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With Zebra BI full-screen “presentation” mode exporting your reports to PowerPoint is a thing of the past. Now you don’t have to leave your Excel – not even for presentations.
The most robust and secure way to ensure all users will be able to view the documents that you sent them is to use PDF documents. They will look the same on all operating systems, when printed out and even on mobile devices. They are also read-only by default. That’s why we made it incredibly simple […]
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 […]
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, […]
If you send the (original) reports made with Zebra BI to users that don’t have Zebra BI installed, they will be able to see the reports, but they won’t be able to change the values. Depending on the version, Excel might also pop up a formula error message. However, there are plenty of options for you […]
Yes, they will! You have 2 options: If you want to add new data at the end of the data range, use the built-in Zebra BI Data Editor. If you want to add new data in the middle of the data range, read this short tutorial (with images): How to grow Zebra BI charts.
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 […]
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 […]
Since Zebra BI version 1.6.0 you can! This was one of your most frequent requests and we listened. See this article for more details: Copying and moving sheets
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