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Hi,

I am using CR8.0 Dev Edition, I want to export the report to PDF format, I can set the export option to crEFTPortableDocFormat, but, it gives a error says missing or out-of-date dll, then when I looked at the crystal folder under WINNT, I couldn't find the crxf_pdf.dll which required for export PDF format.

My question are:
Does CR8.0 support PDF exportation?
If not, which version do I need? And how to upgrade (by removing the old one and installed the newer one, will it work?)
If yes, how to get it work?

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CR8.0 did not come with the ability to export to PDF.  It was an add in as a free download from Crystal.  I don't know if it is still available.

This may be what you need
http://support.crystaldecisions.com/communityCS/FilesAndUpdates/crxf_pdf.zip.asp

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