Exporting the results of a table can be done either to MSExcel:
- select the output table (without the title) in the output window of your browser by pointing your mouse's cursor to the upper left cell of the table, clicking once and dragging it to the lower right cell of the table
- copy this selection by opening your browser's Edit menu and choosing Copy from this menu - or alternatively, hold down the CTRL key and press C
- open MSExcel
- paste the selection in MSExcel by choosing: Edit - Paste (CTRL + V)
- the best option in MSExcel is not to choose a format for the table: Format - Autoformat: none - ok
or to MSWord:
- select a table (with or without title) in the output window of your browser by pointing the cursor to the upper left cell of the table, clicking once and dragging the selection down to the lower right cell of the table using your mouse
- copy this selection by opening your browser's Edit menu and choosing Copy from it
- open MSWord
- the best option in MSWord is to set your page to landscape format by opening the File-menu and selecting Page Setup - Paper size: landscape and clicking OK
- paste this selection in MSWord by choosing: Edit - Paste
With the right button (left for left-handed) of your mouse, you can copy, print or adapt the map or graph.
- we are using the Belgian numbering system with comma (,) as decimal separator
- the sum of the population of each age group is sometimes not exactly equal to the total population. This is due to the fact that the midyear population, which is (popyear1 + popyear2)/2, is used leading sometimes to decimal numbers. The results are rounded off automatically to the unit above.
- the sum of the number of deaths of each age group is sometimes not exactly equal to the total number of deaths. This is due to the fact that the age of every deceased person is not always known.