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When you save a QA report from memoQ, it is saved to a HTML file. You can open this file in a web browser.

The report has four sections:

Main: Main details and statistics of the warning list

A breakdown by warning types: Expand and collapse the list that belongs to each type.

A filter section: Narrow down the list to warnings of specific type, code, description, status, or to document names and match rates.

A full list of errors and warnings: Skim through or print them.

Report may take some time to open: The QA report is highly interactive. This means that your web browser needs to run a good deal of scripts on it. A few seconds may pass before you can view the entire report and use the interactive controls.


In the web browser, you can expand and collapse parts of the report, depending on what you need to check.