Instructions for Downloading Assessment Report Data

Access to the Insurers' Assessment Reports is restricted by a DWD Logon ID and password.

The following instructions will work for Windows 7 and prior versions (e.g. 95/98/NT) and we have instructions for Internet Explorer 11, Mozilla Firefox 53.0.2 (32 Bit), and Google Chrome 58.0.3029.110 (64-bit). Depending upon your browser and browser version, the steps may differ. The report data is in a comma delimited format, and can be imported into a spreadsheet and sorted.


Internet Explorer 11

After selecting the appropriate insurer, if applicable, click the Show Report button and you will be taken to the Assessment Claims screen. On the top left of the screen you will see a Save Copy of Report button. Click on the button and you will see a pop-up at the bottom of the screen asking you if you want to open or save a text file. Click the down arrow next to the Save button, highlight Save As, and click. You will receive a Save As pop-up. In the pop-up pick the location to which you want the file saved, rename the file in the File Name field, and choose Text Document in the Save As Type field. Click the Save button. X-out of the pop-up at the bottom of the screen.

Open your spreadsheet application, for example Excel 2010, click File ->  Open, navigate to the location where you saved the text file, choose All Files (*.*) in the field above the Open and Cancel buttons, locate the text file and either double click on it or highlight it, and click Open. A Text Import Wizard will now open up.


In the Text Import Wizard click Delimited -> Click Next -> Click Tab (to deselect the delimiter if necessary) -> Click Comma (to select the delimiter) ->  Click Next -> Click Finish. The text file will open up in your spreadsheet application, and the data can now be sorted.



Mozilla Firefox 53.0.2 (32 Bit)

After selecting the appropriate insurer, if applicable, click the Show Report button and you will be taken to the Assessment Claims screen. On the top left of the screen you will see a Save Copy of Report button. Click on the button and a pop-up window will ask you what Firefox should do with the file; choose Notepad (or Textpad if it is available) from the Open With drop down menu and then click OK. A pop-up window will appear. Click on File, Click on Save As, and you will be presented with a Save As pop-up. In the pop-up pick the location to which you want the file saved, rename the file in the File Name field and make sure to add the extension .txt to the file name, and choose Text Document in the Save As Type field. Click the Save button.

Open your spreadsheet application, for example Excel 2010, click File ->  Open, navigate to the location where you saved the text file, choose All Files (*.*) in the field above the Open and Cancel buttons, locate the text file and either double click on it or highlight it, and click Open. A Text Import Wizard will now open up.


In the Text Import Wizard click Delimited -> Click Next -> Click Tab (to deselect the delimiter if necessary) ->  Click Comma (to select the delimiter)
 -> Click Next -> Click Finish. The text file will open up in your spreadsheet application, and the data can now be sorted.


Google Chrome 58.0.3029.110 (64-bit)
After selecting the appropriate insurer, if applicable, click the Show Report button and you will be taken to the Assessment Claims screen. On the top left of the screen you will see a Save Copy of Report button. Click on it and a pop-up window will open up at the bottom of the screen. A text file containing the assessment data will appear on the left of the pop-up. Click the file and then the data will open in a pop-up window. Click File, highlight Save As and click. You will receive a Save As pop-up. Pick the location to which you want the file saved, rename the file in the File Name field, and choose Text Document in the Save As Type field. Click the Save button.

Open your spreadsheet application, for example Excel 2010, click File -> Open, navigate to the location where you saved the text file, choose All Files (*.*) in the field above the Open and Cancel buttons, locate the text file and either double click on it or highlight it, and click Open. A Text Import Wizard will now open up.


In the Text Import Wizard click Delimited ->  Click Next->  Click Tab (to deselect the delimiter if necessary) -> Click Comma (to select the delimiter)
 ->  Click Next ->  Click Finish. The text file will open up in your spreadsheet application, and the data can now be sorted.


Windows 10 Edge

We are working on download instructions for Windows 10 Edge. In the meantime please contact your IT Support

 

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