How to export "Item History" from Inventory Item Detail?

We would like to know if there is a way to run a report, or mass export, the data found in the "Item History" section of the "Inventory Item Detail" screen.  The key component needed from this is to show on exactly what date we ran out of stock of something.  In fact, the end goal is to determine for how many days in a given year we were out of stock of a given set of products.  Has anyone else run across something similar, or tried to locate similar information?



I'm very sorry for taking such a long time to follow up to this response.  I have just now only had a chance to revisit this question.  Unfortunately, there is no way to do what you suggested, which was:

"From your Inventory Item Detail screen, you can export the list to Excel to generate the report that you need"

There is no way to export that Item History straight to excel for a given product. 

More importantly, however, we are really wanting to get to the end goal of determining how many days in a given timeframe (for example a year) were we out of stock of a given product (or set of products).  This information would be amazingly useful to us.  Any help would be appreciated!

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