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hello,
    i have a problem with using reports in my program, the thing is, when i try out the reports by using the page preview, the report is ok, because you can view the report page by page by clicking the <<move>> and <<done>> button, but when i activate the report in my program by the "report form <report file>" command, it only displays the last page of the report, there is no <<move>> and <<done>> push button.  how do i activate the report file such that the report can be viewed by the user page by page, just like what the push buttons from the report page preview does.  please help, email me at carol@the.net.ph   thank, mallow
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HI,
YOU CAN TO DO THIS IN YOUR PROGRAM:

1) DIFINE WIND PPP ....
2) REPORT FORM <NAME> TO FILE "NAME OF FILE.TXT"
3) MODI FILE "NAME OF FILE.TXT" WIND PPP NOMODI
4) WHEN IS ESCAPE... RELEASE WIND PPP

GOOD LUCK
DCA
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