Open the Quotation Manager. Select one or multiple codes in the filter area on the left. To select multiple codes, hold down the Ctrl-key.
Click on the Excel Export button and select everything that you want to be included:
Select Quotation Name only if you have renamed quotations.
Select Document (optional: you may recognize the document by the quotation ID)
Select Quotation Content
Select Comment (in case you have been writing lots of quotation comments)
Select Codes if you want to see other codes that have been applied to a quotation
Select Reference = start and end position of the quotation in the document
If you want to export the quotations for multiple codes, activate the Group by Codes option so that ATLAS.ti creates different sheets for each code in the Excel table.
Open the Code Manager. Select one or multiple codes. To select multiple codes hold down the Ctrl-key.
Click on the Report button and select everything that you want to be included in the report (see explanation above).
Open the Document Manager and select all documents that you want to export with their codes.
Click Excel Report in the ribbon and select the following options:
If you have utilized the quotation level when working with multimedia data and have replaced the default quotation name with summaries of what can be seen or heard in the multimedia quotation, this is how you create a useful report:
Select multimedia quotations in the Quotation Manager.
Select the Excel Report button in the ribbon and select the following options:
The report will show an overview of all the titles you have created for your image, audio or video segments and the comments you have written. Plus, it provides the exact position within the multimedia file.