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    I'm using Crystal Reports Veiwer Control 8 (crviewer) which allow me to view reports data. when i try to export report data, the file that it creates is always empty, this problem only occurs in Windows 2000.

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can explain you question in  more detaile , I cann't understant nothing by these question
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do you mean that when you are trying to export the report data the result file is empty ?
if so make sure that all required DLLs are in place.
you can download the crystal reports runtime DLLs from their site
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