The QRP file format is used by various programs in order to export lists, reports and graphics. However, in order to open the QRP files, you need to have the original tools installed on your system. This particular viewer solves this inconvenience and provides a straightforward way for viewing the QRP documents without having the original utilities.
The tool sports a clean and intuitive layout that embeds only a few settings in the main panel. QuickReport documents may be imported in the main window using the built-in browse button or drag-and-drop support. You can access a help manual that delivers a short description of the application’s features.
Built-in search feature and view options
Dr. Regener QuickReport Viewer integrates a built-in search tool designed specifically for helping you look for QuickReport documents in a user-defined folder. In addition, you may include subdirectories in the search process.
There’s support for different view modes that you can make use of, namely optimal, fit to page and full size. In addition, you may jump to the first, last, next or previous page with ease, and print the current document.
Tests have shown that the application reads documents very quickly and without errors. It doesn’t eat up CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered.
All things considered, Dr. Regener QuickReport Viewer implements a handy suite of features for helping you view and print QuickReport documents, in an intuitive working environment, and can be mastered by all types of users, regardless of their experience level.
Quite a number of programs use the QuickReport format to export lists, reports and graphics. These reports may be saved as files (*.qrp). But to view the report one need the original program.
The “QuickReport Viewer” views and prints those QuickReport Files. The Original Program is’nt neccesary. So one can send reports as qrp-files via E-Mail. With the help of the “QuickReport Viewer” the recipient is able to show and print them.