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Default open crystal report results directly in excel


Have a windows app, opens crystal reports in crystal report viewer. Ive written my own export button which is used to save the results.
But now I want the user to be able to export directly to excel, like in VB6 version (crystal 8.5) , when the user hit export they were present with Format (PDR,Excel etc) options in a dropdown list and also Destination options in a drop down (application, disk file, exchange folder,Lotus domino, Microsft Mapi)
I cannot find the same feature as easily when using crystal viewer in VB.Net 2003
Any ideas./
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