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Export advance interactions (F9) to excel

Community Beginner ,
Jun 01, 2018

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Today is my last day of my current contract. I recently created a monster project that includes at least 800 advanced interactions and 10s of variables. (I'm sure Lilybiri would have been able to shrink that number way down but the project kept mutating.)

My employer wants a spreadsheet so that they can view and sort them any way they wish. I showed them the F9 function but they're old school and want everything in excel. Is there a way to do this? Time is of the essence so I appreciate any help any of y'all can provide!

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Export advance interactions (F9) to excel

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Jun 01, 2018

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Today is my last day of my current contract. I recently created a monster project that includes at least 800 advanced interactions and 10s of variables. (I'm sure Lilybiri would have been able to shrink that number way down but the project kept mutating.)

My employer wants a spreadsheet so that they can view and sort them any way they wish. I showed them the F9 function but they're old school and want everything in excel. Is there a way to do this? Time is of the essence so I appreciate any help any of y'all can provide!

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Jun 01, 2018

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Not possible AFAIK. Also wonder what would be the goal? When you talk about

800 interactions do you mean advanced actions or also the simple actions?

Did you never try shared actions to streamline a project?

On Fri, Jun 1, 2018, 15:29 winstonssmith655321 <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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Oct 26, 2018

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Using Adobe Acrobat Pro XI and Excel 2013 and Captivate 2019.

Executed Advanced Interaction (F9) and printed the document as a .pdf.  Then selected:  File ... Save As Other ... Spreadsheet ... Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet.

This saved the .pdf as an Excel Spreadsheet, even though some formatting of the cells would be required.

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Oct 26, 2018

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The OP never answered my question about the goal. That Advanced Interaction panel is a dynamic panel, linked to the slides and their properties. You can set so many filters in the panel, xls can never offer you all that functionality.

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