Setting the Group by level in PDF exports of the Grid chart

Setting the Group by level in PDF exports of the Grid chart

In the Grid applications, when the grid has more than one break level, it is possible to define what level of breakage the graph will be generated in the PDF export.

To enable this option, go to the Export menu and enable the Level selection of the PDF graphic.

After the option is enabled, the Grid must have more than one configured break level.

When we run the application, we access the summary and export in PDF format.

On the next screen, you can set the break level at which the application summary graphs will be generated.

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