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Change the Name of a LEM Report

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Updated February 18, 2019

Overview

Change the name of LEM reports using workarounds. 

Environment

LEM on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003

Steps

There are two workarounds where you can change the title of a custom report.

  1. Copy the report to a Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 machine. 
  2. In Windows Explorer, right-click the report, select Properties, and then click the Summary tab. 

    You can modify the Title using the Title property.  You can also change the Category, Level, and Type of the report by editing the Subject field.

  3. Next, copy your report back to the CustomReports folder wherever you have the LEM Reports installed.  The next time you open LEM reports, it will show the updated information.

    This functionality is no longer available in operating systems based on the Windows Vista or later kernel.

You can also open the report in a full version of Crystal Reports and change the title from there.

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