Crystal Report

I am using crystal report to print formulas. Each item will have a list of formulas and I print each item with the formulas on a new page. At the end of the page, the sentence 'END' will be printed but I do not know why the 'END' will be printed on a blank page and not at the end of the last page. Please help.
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Delete unwanted lines from all the various footers in your report.

Crystal Reports has a tendancy to print on the next line of a report if the footers are too large.

Hope this helps!

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Sorry, where do you want 'END' to appear ??

after each item's formulas ??

or right at the end of the report ??
palimAuthor Commented:
I like the 'END' to appear at the end of report.
I'm confused now. You've accepted vqru's answer !!

I generally suppress/hide any headers or footers which contain nothing. It makes it clearer.

You've got to look out for things like 'New page before' and 'New page after'. And make sure you have the 'END' text in the 'Report footer'.

If we set the "New Page After" and the "END" text in the "Report footer", If say, we have 2 formulas (from palim), Crystal Report will still print out 3 pages, coz we set the "New Page After", right ?

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