Save and Share Reports
You can save the report as a journal by selecting Edit > Journal and then File > Save.
If you want to save the report as a text, image, HTML, PowerPoint, or RTF file, select File > Export. Supported image files include .eps, .png, .svg, and .tiff.
Line drawing (or vector image) that can show a bitmap preview of the image.
Note that on Macintosh, select Edit > Journal, and then File > Save. On Windows, choose File > Save, and then choose the journal format.
On Windows, you can e-mail a JMP report by selecting File > Send. Your default e-mail application opens with the report file attached to a new e-mail. Note that the report must be saved before you can e-mail it.
Save the Report as Interactive HTML
Brushing Data in Interactive HTML
On Windows, select File > Save As and select Interactive HTML with Data from the Save as type list. On Macintosh, select File > Export > Interactive HTML with Data.
Create a presentation by saving JMP results as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation (.pptx). Rearrange JMP content and edit text in PowerPoint after saving as a .pptx file. Sections of a JMP report are imported into PowerPoint differently. Report headings are imported as editable text boxes, and graphs are imported as images. Certain graphical elements, such as legends, can be imported as separate images. Images resize once opened in PowerPoint to fit the slide. Typically, each outline in the JMP report appears on separate PowerPoint slides. If an outline in the report is closed when saving as a .pptx file, it is excluded from the PowerPoint. Larger content can spread across multiple PowerPoint slides. Use the selection tool to select specific sections that you want to save in your presentation. Delete unwanted content once imported into PowerPoint.
Note: On Windows, PowerPoint 2007 is the minimum version required to open .pptx files created in JMP. On Macintosh, at least PowerPoint 2011 is required.
(Windows) Select File > Save As and select PowerPoint Presentation from the Save as type list.
(Macintosh) Select File > Export > PowerPoint Presentation and click Next.
On Windows, EMF is the default format. On Macintosh, PDF is the default format.
The file opens in Microsoft PowerPoint because Open presentation after save is selected by default.
Then, choose your own PowerPoint template, and select File > Save. The next time that you save JMP content as a PowerPoint, it opens with your custom template. Alternatively, create your custom template in PowerPoint first, and save it as JMPExportTemplate.pptx.
Also, you can use a custom template with a JSL script. See the JSL Syntax Reference for more information.
Certain types of reports can be exported into Flash and saved as a .swf file. You can embed .swf files into Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.
On the Save Report As window, select Always use this setting to save your choice across multiple JMP sessions.