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I have a Report with a Sub Report. But everything seems to be fine - besides that the Sub Report Header does not print! When I try running the Sub-Report on it's own, meaning not being called from the Report, then it does show the Header.

Am I doing something wrong, or is this the way it's suppose to be?
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Hi,

the subreport PAGE-headers do not appear in the main report. However, the subreport header *does* appear on the mainreport within the subreport. Tested it in Access 97 and Access 2000 and the main header of the subreport did show up there.
Hope this helps,
    Erwin
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