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You can export the data in certain windows to an Excel file (.xls or .xlsx) or to a tab separated values file (.tsv).
Data is not exported from graphs, path browsers, process maps, scatter plots, and globes.
To export individual window data to Microsoft Excel, the following requirements must be met:
If these requirements are met, Data Workbench automatically starts Microsoft Excel and export the data to a new Excel workbook when you select the Export To Excel menu option.
To export window data to an .xls or .xlsx file
Right-click the top border of the window and click Export > Export to Excel.
Excel opens a new workbook containing the exported data. Unless you have provided a Custom title (as described in the following section), this workbook is named using the Export title (Day Table in the example above).
If you provide a custom title for a window (using the Custom title field on the Export menu) the worksheet to which Data Workbench exports the data is named using this custom title instead of the title in the Export title field (Day Table in the example above).
To apply a custom title to a visualization
When you export the visualization to Excel, the worksheet containing the data for this window is named using the title that you specified instead of the title in the Export title field.
To export a window to a .tsv file
Right-click the top border of the window and click Export > Export TSV.