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Hi experts ,
1,tablename is Invoice
 this have field InvoiceID,Name,Type,Date
2,tableName is InvoiceDetails
this have field InvoiceID,
ProductID,Name,UnitPrice

My report should display
Product Details :Name  Unit Price in the same line.
I used Multiple Column Format using Mailing Label expert. How can I do the same using Standard report expert

Say
TableInvoice Contains
IncoiceID   Name      Type    Date
1               Products  xxx      23/11/2003
2                 Articles   xxx     23/11/2003

InvoiceDetails
Invoice ID   ProdcutID   ProductName UnitPrice
1               1                Beverages      $569
1               2                Contiments    $5889
1               3                Fruits             $52


My Print Out should look like
InvoiceID  : 1 (Invoice.InvoiceID)

Product:    1 Beverages,2 Contiments,3 Fruits

All these are should be the same line
How can I do it in Standard Exper format




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by:v_arshini
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Using Crystal Reports 8.5 How can I get Multiple Column Format
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I don't think you can use Multiple Columns with the standad expert however you can setup the report then format the detail section with multiple columns.

An idea
1.  Group on the invoice id
     Put the details into the group footer.  Build a formula with each record by concatenating the informationinto a single line

The detail section is for use by a single record.  Therefore to do what you want you need to somehow group the records together

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Don't know if it helped.  

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