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Sub report total page count

Posted on 2003-11-13
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I have reports that include a sub report, the sub report is a fax cover sheet that include the total page number and i cannot get it to display the correct amount of pages. It seems to only count the number of page in the sub report (1). Any ideas, thanks. I am using crystal 9

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You might try passing the pagecount from the main report into the subreport.  Then create a formula on the subreport to add the parameter to it's own pagecount.

I've never tried this so no promises...
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I thought about that i just have no idea how i could do it..
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