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hi..
I have a problem well I have a report ,I have the same executable file I have two machines and I have a report the machine 1 display's  3 pages and the machine 2 display's 6 pages....
the right result is the firs machine
the same executable the same installer the same client, all is the same...
what can I do???
what do U think?
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- Do they have the same (default) printer? QuickReports print differently on different printers.
- Also you might check the default papersize setting. Maybe one prints on Folio and the other A4.
- Do both machines connect to the same database?

Regards Jacco
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