If checked, each of the question choices would be represented by a letter. If unchecked the choice text is displayed in the column heading. Use All Single Select Text Choices
If a Single select question is used in an analysis, either the top 25 or all choices can be included if the question is the first question. Include Cross-Tabulation Counts, Row Percents, and Column Percents
The analysis can show any combination of the counts of each cross-tabulation, the row percentages, and column percentages of each cell. Include Question Summary Counts Below Table
Below the pivot table, each question, and the total responses to each choice are included in the report. Percent Decimal Places
The number displayed next to the spinner determines the number of decimal places (up to 4) displayed for the column and row percentages. Report Data Column Width Percentage
The width of the data columns can be varied. The left column is usually the question choice text. The remaining data columns occupy the rest of the report width. Number of Data Columns per Table
Sometimes changing the number of columns displayed in a table, makes a better presentation. If checked the number of columns in each table will be changed. This is usually effective when a large number of choices requires multiple tables to display the analysis. Pivot Tables
Clicking the Pivot Data button will switch the first and second questions. The tables and charts will also be changed.
View Chart (Professional Version Only)
The panel buttons at the top and left side of the charts let you have complete control over colors, titles, axes, ticks, legends, 3-D, chart type, fonts, marks, labels, tilting, order, zoom, and print preview. Charts can be saved as a Bitmap, JPEG, PCX, PNG, Metafile, and Enhanced MetaFile formatted files. A description for the use of each of the panel buttons is located in the Chart Editor section of this manual.