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Set run time properties in Reports

Posted on 2000-02-22
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Hello..  at the run time in a Report (either Cystal Reports or Data Report in VB) i want to move some text box places (that means i want to set Left and Top properties of the field at Run time)  Based on each record i want to move the Text boxes..  how it is bossible?

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Raj
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Use the Sections collection: for example moving Text1 on the Page header (named MyPageHeader):

DataReport1.Sections("MyPageHeader").Controls("Text1").Left = newLeft

D'Mzzl!
RoverM
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Thanks Mr.roverm's  .
 your answer is good..
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