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Main Report page header repeats on sub report

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The main report page header repeats on sub report. I don't want it to repeat. The sub report is summary info of the main report.
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I assume you mean that the page header is showing on subsequent pages after the first where the data on the second page is coming from the sub-report?
How many pages in total are you expecting this report to be? Can you move the page header information into the report header section?

Darren
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The Main report is about 60 pages and the sub report is about 10 pages. I need a page header for the main report and a different page header for the sub report.

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Subreports cannot have their own page headers except through a trick.
Look at
http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2005103.asp

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Why did you accept that as the answer?

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I made a mistake. I meant to give you credit for the answer.

What do I do now?

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Submit a request in the Community Support forum to reopen this question.  Explain your mistake.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/

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Do I need to do anything? Is there anyway I can just transfer the points?
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Darren - you shouldn't need to do anything.  I don't believe there is anyway to transfer the points.

I'm not overly concerned with the points but with ensuring the right answer is indicated rather than lead someone astray.

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