New to .net and programming in general. With help from a friend, I just finished my first program, but with one somewhat small issue. Currently, I have a Winform for the user to enter data into. The form is divided up into 4 tabs. When the user finishes entering data, all of the information is compiled into an Excel workbook with 4 worksheets. The problem (or should I say complaints) is from the individuals who actually take the information for the excel workbook and enter it into our records management system. Some of them have expressed to me that they do not like having to scroll right, through all of the columns (on avg, there is 15-20 columns per worksheet). The rows aren't an issue as there is typically 2-5 rows per worksheet. This probably sounds like pathetic drama and if you only knew the half of it, trying to teach ms office to individuals who have worked with it for years already.
What I'm looking to do is somehow write the data in a different format to make it easier for them. I've also wanted to explore other options, other than writing to Excel and learn something new. Right now I'm looking at creating a Crystal Report and I was wondering if this would be a good approach or if someone else may have a different direction I could go in? Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.