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Hi,

In MS Access reports I know it is possible to easily insert a page break through a control.

I'm wondering if anyone knows if there is a similar control for Visual Basic Data Reports, or if there is another way to create page breaks in the reports.

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Nick Hoggard
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Hi nickhoggard,

In Data Report, you can set the ForcePageBreak Property in "Section" (Click the sections/headers on report)..

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Hi,

Thanks for that reply, was exactly what I needed.

I knew it had to be something easy, just cant believe that I missed that.

Thanks again
Nick Hoggard
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Hi Nick,

It's ok if missed out something, bcos we are learning. : )

Regards.
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