You can select to save the open charts when you save the current table or worksheet
as a Quick Query.
The Save As a Quick Query dialog is presented.
Specify where to save the Quick Query:
- If you are replacing an existing Quick Query, select Replace
Be careful when you select this option. Once
you click Submit, the existing Quick Query is
replaced. There is no warning or pop-up message confirming this
- If you are saving a new Quick Query, under Save into
folder, navigate to the folder where you want to save
Make sure Replace old query? is not
selected, as it will take precedence.
You can only save the Quick Query in a folder that you own (
) or have
permission to add to (
In Title of Query, enter a title for the Quick
The title is used to help describe the behavior of the Quick Query (e.g.,
Transactions by Store) and may contain any
combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, spaces, and special
If you have any open charts that you would like to save with the Quick Query, click Save open charts.
From the Show the result as list, select how you would
like to display the results of the Quick Query.
You may save the results of the Quick Query in a variety of formats, such as
an interactive table, a QuickApp, an Excel spreadsheet, a PDF report, or a
comma-separated text file.
From the Base Table list, select whether to always start
with the same table, allow the user to select any table in the same folder as
the table on which you are currently working, or allow the user to select any
In the User Prompt box, enter the text that will appear
when the user is asked to select the base table.
The prompt will be displayed for Quick Queries when Base
Table is set to Allow user to choose table in
this folder or Allow user to choose any
For each parameter you want to prompt for input when the Quick Query is
Select the Input? check box for the
Enter the User Prompt that will be displayed to
prompt for input.
Select the Input Type for the parameter from the
The Input Type depends on the type of
parameter (e.g., column, value, relation) and the action associated
with the parameter (e.g., select, sort, tabulate). See Input Types for an explanation as well as a
detailed list of actions and their associated parameters.
The Quick Query is saved.
When you run the Quick Query containing the saved charts, they will be opened in
compact mode, and you will be able to make further modifications to them using the Chart Builder.