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Hi Jen--

I hope you've been able to resolve this issue, but if it's still persisting, you can try doing an export to spreadsheet, and saving the file rather than opening it. The file itself is just CSV (comma-separated value) format, and so it can be opened with any text editor. Open the exported report file, and look for commas to see where the columns should appear.

If everything appears as you'd expect when you compare the file to the report in QuickBase, it may just be an artifact of how the report appears when you first open it in Excel. Open the file, then select the whole file and double-click on a column boundary. This re-sizes all the columns to fit their content.

If you're still experiencing this issue, I'd suggest contacting Customer Support for a resolution:




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