Back in May 2016, Microsoft and Jet Reports announced a new Microsoft Excel-based reporting product called Jet Express. I was aware of Jet Reports before then, but the announcement brought them back to my attention as well as highlighting that the future of Management Reporter is now somewhat limited.
I’ve spent a bit of time over the last few months taking a look at the different versions of Jet Reports and figured it was time to do a series of blog posts. Over the coming posts, I am going to take a look at the implementation of each of the three versions of Jet Reports; I’ll also show the sample reports available from Jet Reports themselves, but will not cover report design in this series of posts. I’ll probably do some posts on this in the future.
I’ve created a separate series for each of three versions of Jet Reports; the indexes below will populate as each post goes live.
|Implementing Jet Reports|
|Management Reporter vs. Jet Reports|
|Differences Between Versions of Jet Reports|