Open File Extension QRP
File extension QRP is mostly derived when files are generated through the QuickReport application. QuickReport files may contain images, graphs, text, and fields that can be attached to an email and later printed. Along with other Delphi report generators, QuickReport exceeds the functionality of other applications making it one of the mostly used generators that can work on both Delphi and C++ Builder IDEs. Primarily, Delphi applications work on Microsoft environment.
When working with the QuickReport application, files can be sent directly to the printer or can be saved to a storage media using different formats such as File extension HTML, File extension PDF, XL, File extension CSV, and several other known formats. With its working environment, a user can embed information derived from relational databases such as MS Access and Oracle. Most developers use this method when presenting reports against databases.
Common issues encountered concerning the use of QuickReport occur during printing and viewing files. Some printers do not produce the exact layout as designed and others do not even print. Previews and paper sizes are also affected by similar issue. To address this concern, an update to the later version of the software is recommended. Developers may also download a fix for the issues by visiting the publisher's website.
Applications that can generate QRP extensions include the native QuickReport application developed by QuSoft and other third party applications. Developers may also develop their own application that can be use to render QRP files. By using Dr. Regener QuickReport Viewer in opening QRP files, installation of the native QRP application is not necessary. Unlike older techniques used in printing QRP files, the use of such viewer enhances the portability and flexibility of the file by allowing users to make use of it even with no installed QuickReport application.
RepView, another Quickreport viewer published by Zylsoft, is a freeware that can be used to view QRP files. It is a Windows based application that can be installed on most Windows operating systems including Win 95, Win 98, Win ME, Win XP, Win NT, Win 2000, and Windows Vista.
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