A quick guide to downloading content from Mintel
If you’ve been using the Mintel market research service, it’s useful to know how to download content. Here’s a quick guide.
First of all, open the report you are interested in and scroll down to the table of contents under the ‘Report Content’ heading.
Your report is split into sections, each of which has its own sub-sections. As you can see below, in this report, the Overview section is split into three sub-sections.
What you need to do is to open each individual sub-section that you want to download and transfer it to your Export Basket by clicking on ‘Export to Basket’.
Now use the dropdown section menu shown below to select your next sub-section. Each sub-section heading is marked in bold font.
Open the new sub-section and do the same thing again. Export each of the sections you want to your basket one-by-one.
Once you have exported everything you require from the report, click on the icon on the right to open ‘My Presentations’
On opening ‘My Presentations’, you will find a link to your Export Basket at the bottom of the popup.
The Export Basket, when you get there, will list all the items you have placed in it. You can then select and deselect what you want from here and download your selections as an RTF or a zip file.
You can access Mintel from our Industries and Markets page. If you need any further assistance on Mintel or any of our other electronic resources, please do get in touch.
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