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Email Icon on Crystal Reports

Posted on 1998-10-26
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I will like to know if I can disable or hide the icon which appears on the crystal reports and mails the information. This icon appears on the bar in which also has the icons to print, zoom, export, close, etc.
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I was faced with this problem before.  Apparently, there is NO way to hide one particular button from that button bar.  What I had to do is to hide the entire bar and create my own which only contained the buttons I needed.  You need to use CRPE API calls.  In particular, calling ShowPrintControls(false) before the call to print will cause the entire button bar to be hidden.
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