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I want to open a report when a button is clicked. How do I?
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For some reason I cannot open this link. Does anyone know how to call a report?
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You need to install Acrobat reader to open this link. Download free Acrobat Reader from www.download.com and this link would open easily.
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I have Acrobat installed already
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Then I cant comment as I am able to open this link.
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You cannot open it either?
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I can open it at my end
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Well, does anyone know what references I need to add in order to use the CRPEAuto?
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Infact, if you have Crystal reports installed then in the folder where Crystal reports is installed, you will get a help folder. This file is there in the help folder also.
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Yeah, I found an HTML version of what I think you're looking at.
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great...this document will tell u everything.
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You can also look at www.planet-source-code.com and serach Crystal Reports. You will get many projects with VB/CR combination.
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