The "Scalable Vector Graphics file" type SVG file type extension is a is an Extensible Markup Language (XML)-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity, 

SVG images and their related behaviours are defined in XML text files, which means they can be searched, indexed, scripted, and compressed.  

There are a few SVG editors available to edit SVG files. 

To save reports or document layout files as a Scalable Vector Graphics file:

1.On the "Reportman print preview" screen, select Save (Ctrl+S) – This will launch the “Save Metafile As” screen. 

2.Select the directory (folder) where you need to save this file, if necessary. 

3.Enter a file name. 

4.Select the "Scalable Vector Graphics file"  file type.

5.Click Save. The "Bitmap properties" screen is displayed. 

An example of the "Income statement" saved as a SVG file, opened in "Microsoft Edge", is as follows:

Since the Namespace links, by default renders an error as displayed in the "Microsoft Edge" Web browser, as per this example as well as in other Web browsers such as Google Chrome, etc.), the report headers seem to be displayed correctly, but the data in the report details does not display.

Using a SVG editor such as Inkscape is professional quality vector graphics software which runs on Windows desktop, Linux, Mac OS X and most computers, the data displays correctly. 

If a report is saved as a "Scalable Vector Graphics file" file format, it will save the file in separate pages. An example of a one page saved "Scalable Vector Graphics file" will also export numbering bullets (numbering) as objects for each page.