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If you're using Internet Explorer, you can use any of these XSL stylesheets with QuickBase:
https://www.quickbase.com/xsl/genericstructured.xsl will work with any QuickBase database. Just make sure that the XML output from QuickBase is of the structured form. It will display your database information as a table of records.
https://www.quickbase.com/xsl/generic.xsl does the same thing as the above style sheet except it will work with the flat form of QuickBase XML.
https://www.quickbase.com/xsl/pivot.xsl works with structured QuickBase XML to print views with many columns in a two column format with the field name in the left column and the field contents in the right column.
https://www.quickbase.com/xsl/genericform.xsl works with structured QuickBase XML to create a data entry form in a two column format with the field name in the left column and the field input controls in the right column.
does a nice cross tab report. Please read the following help topic to learn how to create a summary cross tab report:
To use one of these style sheets go to any database and create a new report (Select Customize > Create a new > Report). Under "ADDITIONAL OPTIONS" click on the "XML (structured)" or "XML (flat)" radio button and enter the URLs above into the "Associated XSL document" text box. Then hit the "Display" button.
You can look at the style sheets directly by clicking on the above URLs.
Note: XSL is supported only with Internet Explorer. If you are using a different browser, you can't use these XSL stylesheets with QuickBase.