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How to use TQRPreview in an MDI...

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Procedure TForm1.PreviewClick;
begin
    with QuickReport1 do begin
        Setup; { Setup procedure defined in TQuickReport1 }
        Preview; { Use QuickReports pre-defined Preview procedure }
        Cleanup; { Cleanup procedure defined in TQuickReport1 }
    end;
end;
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