Rookie question here. When I view the financial statements in MLS, the viewer looks very much like Acrobat Reader, but with very few of the options. For example, there is no "save" capability; only print. I suspect this is by design.
Although it is possible to print to CutePDF from MLS, are we discouraged from exporting financial statements in this manner to PDF files?
I know the old saying about asking permission and asking forgiveness. I don't want to violate any big rules in my first month as stake clerk.
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No. This is the manner in which I distribute organization budget reports. I print to paper the finance statements because those require signatures for filing.drepouille wrote:Although it is possible to print to CutePDF from MLS, are we discouraged from exporting financial statements in this manner to PDF files?
MLS programming prevents financial data from being exported from MLS. This, I believe, is to prevent the raw data from being exported and manipulated. We can but speculate as to the reasons. I do not have Handbook 1 for reference and I cannot recall precisely what it says about financial data. But if memory serves me, there is no prohibition about report data being printed to PDF.
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