Who is this guide for?

Any Users

You can print off a client ledger using the report viewer on Osprey.

Print the ledger

Step 1


Ensure that you have selected a client with the ledger card you wish to print and then select the ‘Client Ledger’ tab on the side menu. You will now have the option to select ‘Print’.

This will open the report overview.

Step 2


If you want to print the postings for a specific period use the date filter fields ‘From’ and ‘To’.

If you leave these fields blank, all postings on the ledger will be reported on.

You also have filter options for the currency, the way the postings are ordered and how the ledger will be displayed.

Step 3


Select ‘Run’ and the report will open in a report viewer window

The Report Viewer

Step 1


To navigate to the next page click on the down arrow icon to move to the next page or select the up arrow icon to go back to the previous page.

To quickly navigate to a specific page just type the page number into the available box and press the ‘Enter’ key on the keyboard.

If you want to print the report, change the viewer type to ActiveX

You can then select the print button.

Please note in order to use the ActiveX viewer you must be using Internet Explorer and the browser configuration must be completed.

Step 2


The report can be exported to produce different file types, the export option is located at the top right hand corner of the Report Viewer window.

If you select ‘PDF’ as an Export Type and then click on the ‘Export’ button a new window will open with a new version of the report in PDF format. You may get a prompt to open or save the report, this depends on your Internet Explorer settings. If you select to ‘Open’ your report, then you will still be able to print or save the report when in Adobe Acrobat Reader.

If you select ‘Excel’ or ‘CSV’ and then click on the Export button, a similar panel will appear asking you to open or save. If you click ‘Open’ you may get a second prompt as shown here.

Select ‘Yes’ and Excel will open with the report. You can use any of the standard Excel functions to analyse and format the available data.