The Crosstab Export in Enviro Data Version 2012 B 1.987 and Version 8 uses Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in Excel to create the final spreadsheet report. When the export is run, a VBA macro attempts to set or get the printer page setup properties for the sheet(s) in the Excel workbook. If a printer is not instaled, an error will occur as Excel cannot set the page setup properties. See here for more details.
To correct this and you have a printer installed, you need to make that printer the default. If you do not have an installed printer, add a printer to Windows and make it the default printer.
In Windows 10, open Settings --> Devices --> Printers & Scanners and install a printer. Generally you can let Windows 10 manage the default printer, but you need to allow this using the check box shown at the bottom of the figure below.
In older versions of Windows, the settings to add a printer and make it the default may be found in the Control Panel.
The crosstab report will display up to 12 limits but to display multiple regulatory limits in a crosstab or other report that supports them, you must first setup a regulatory limit group and then add the limits you require to this group. When creating groups, we recommend naming your group in a way you can identify it as a group such as using an “_” (underscore character) in front of the name to differentiate a single limit from a group.
Additionally, you must have checked the Display Reg Limits check box shown below.
For more information see the FAQ on Why are my regulatory limits not showing up in reports?
When retrieving a large number of samples to produce a crosstab, you may encounter the following error.
A query can be only 1000 character wide. When the crosstab export runs it attempts to group column information and build queries to fall within this limit. The text in a query can be only 1000 character wide. Currently the crosstab export pulls 150 columns for each query. So if you select a large number of samples, the export may actually run 3 queries to put the data on the Excel sheet.
This problem can occur in cases where the FieldSampleIDs and/or other information are very long, or if you have a lot of reg limit exceedances, since the background color is part of the data export.
The solution is to reduce the number of samples selected, check field sample IDs, and other items to reduce the size of the query.
Other factors may also be in play in that the VIEWER may need some maintenance. To correct this go to Maintain Database --> and click Clear Temporary Tables then on the Access menu go to Database Tools and click Compact and Repair Database.