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Crystal Report + Printing in Web Browser(IE6)

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Dear developer,

 I have face a big problem and I don't know what should I do to solve this trouble. I have create a report about the student score. The list of records is depended on the number of student of each class room. So number of page to be print is depended on the number of student in each class room.
  This is the sample of the report:

 Class A                                                               {header}
 Subject : Biologie                                                 {header}  
       
 Name  of student     |     Score    |   Range      
                                                                     
 abcd                                20              1                {section 2}
 reyyd                               19              2                {section 2}
 ...


  When I print this report,  I got some part of the latter on the first page and some other more in the second page. I don't know how should I do to get well printed page.

  Could anyone give me an advice to solve this problem?

  Best Regards,

         Veasna
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Your best bet will be to export the report into a more printable format (such as PDF, rich-text, etc.) and then print it from there.

You aren't going to have good luck printing directly from the web browser.  This isn't a Crystal problem so much as it's the design of web browsers that they present html in screen-viewable format which doesn't often translate well to a printer.
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I have face another problem as decribe here :

1: Load report failed.
2: CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine
3: at .K(String  , EngineExceptionErrorID  ) at .G(String , Int32 ) at CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.ReportDocument.0(String w, OpenReportMethod x, Int16 y) at CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.ReportDocument.Load(String reportName) at airportsca.CashBox.BindReport(String userid)

Anyone have an idea on this error,

Best regards,
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veasnamuch,

You should open a new question for this because everyone will simply see your "printing" topic line.  If my response to your printing answered your question then you should award points.  If not you should either clarify what information you are still missing, or request that the question be deleted.

Thanks,

frodoman
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by:veasnamuch
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But I don't know how to deleted previous question that I have posted to gain the points. Those questions, I don't want any more the response because I have found the solution.

 Did you know how to do?

 I do want to post more questions but I have no more points for that questoin.

 Best Regards,


   

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What you should do is to post a new question in the "Community Support" topic area (for zero points).  Put in there something like this:

Please delete this question http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Crystal_Reports/Q_20937030.html and refund the points.  I found the solution on my own.

Community Support will give your points back and you can post a new question that will be much more likely to get an expert response then adding an unrelated question here.

Good luck.
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Thanks so much, I hope I would got my points very soon to be able post new question

Regards,
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