Sorry for the delay.
Unfortunately, there is no way to use the area from a deconvoluted peak's chromatogram to calculate an amount on a report. The closest thing available to this that Quant offers is the Targeted Deconvolution report.
For each deconvoluted peak, a peak purity value is calculated based on whether that peak is overlapping with another deconvoluted peak. The Targeted Deconvolution report will use this purity value when calculating the compound amount. For example, if Compound X has a peak purity of 50%, then the compound amount will be halved on the Target Deconvolution report.
Hopefully this helps.