Can I export my RRPT Risk Report to Microsoft Excel?

Can I export my RRPT Risk Report to Microsoft Excel?

Unfortunately the RRPT Risk Report cannot be exported to Microsoft Excel. 
However, you can export any CaseView document to Microsoft Word. 
Follow the steps below to achieve this:

1. From the File tab, select Export > Rich Text Format.

2. In the 'File Name' enter the name of the RTF file. 

3. Click Save. 

Note: The RRPT Risk Report exports very well to Microsoft Word. 

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