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How to display PAGE HEADER and Page No in Every page of my report?

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The version of crystal report that I am using is 7.0

If I use cross-tab to build a report, how to display PAGE HEADER and Page No in Every page of my report?
In my report, Only the first page, the Page Header and page no is showed.
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Check the area that your crosstab report was created in by CRW's template and you will find it was created in the header, not the detail area of the report.  If you want this info on each page you will probably have to put it in the page footer.

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