No. RPT is the only format supported. The RPT file can be exported to RTF, which is wiewable with Microsoft Word.
A practical workaround solution is to use a print to PDF print driver. This is a standard tool with software such as Adobe Acrobat (not Acrobat Reader), but there are lots of other PDF conversion tools available. Below is a link to a freeware utility that can accomplish the conversion, resulting in a PDF file that accurately duplicates the RPT file. The utility will set up a new printer driver which will take the output of any windows application, and convert it to a PDF file by sending to the print to PDF driver. First you need to download and install both utilities listed below. Install the converter first. Once installed you simply select the CutePDF Writer as your printer in the normal Windows print dialog box, then you will get the familiar Windows file save dialog box to choose a name and path for your PDF file.
Here is the download site and below are direct links to both utilities.
This FAQ Applies to:
Product: TDS7054, TDS7254, TDS7404, TDS5052, TDS5054, TDS5104, TDS7104, TDS6604, CSA7154, CSA7404, TDS6404, CSA7404B, TDS7154B, TDS7254B, TDS7404B, TDS7704B, TDS5034, TDS5032, TDS5054B, TDS5104B, TDS5032B, TDS5052B, TDS5054BE, TDS5034B, TDS6804B, TDS6604B, TDS6154C, TDS6124C
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