To carry this thread a little further, and particularly for the person who started this thread, WordPerfect 6 or 7 can work reasonably well with the RTF Print to File "automatic launch" feature enabled. So, if making a few minor corrections in the Index is the only problem, then that may be satisfactory.
In fact, the WP7 Indented Descendant report may be the most elegant one of the bunch because it uses WP proprietary box and line drawing fonts (as opposed to UFT proprietary Rootsfont line drawing characters or Windows vectored line drawing calls).
But steer clear of Wordperfect 8 for any purpose. Flawed.
Wordperfect 9, as Bob pointed out above, is OK for dedicated WP fans so long as a path to Winword.exe exists on a given computer. That means you MUSTbuy some version of Word to use Wordperfect 9 (2000) successfully with UFT! Even if you deselect "automatically launch editor" and try to save the Word version to file, you must install Word first.
But you will also need a path to Winword.exe to use Works 2000 properly on all reports for the same reason! Why? Because the newer vector line drawing functions are only supported in the MSWord "Do not automatically launch" mode. Without MSWord, you may get an RTF dump that is one step up from straight ASCII.
Or something like that. It was fun trying to figure that out a couple of years ago in anticipation of its being fixed in the thirty two bit version.:}