Crystal Report Title

I want to be able to use my 'Customer Name' variable as part of the crystal report heading. How do I do this? The 'CrystalReport1.BoundHeading = "..." does not work.

Thanks,

Don
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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
There should be a property CrystalReport1.ReportTitle, I think you can use this to change the displayed title.
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GettoBlasterCommented:
I have found that if you enter a blank formula field on a crystal report where you want your title to appear then you can pass a string variable into it from vb to become your report title.
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sramkrisCommented:
You can declare a parameter field in crystal and place it as your report title and you can pass values to the parameter field at runtime from vb or you can use the report title and pass values to it also at run time.
you can say report.paramater(1).setdefault value = The value you want to pass.
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sramkrisCommented:
You can declare a parameter field in crystal and place it as your report title and you can pass values to the parameter field at runtime from vb or you can use the report title and pass values to it also at run time.
you can say report.paramater(1).setdefault value = The value you want to pass
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