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Hi,

I use formula 'New Page After' - OnLastRecord, in Group footer2.

I have grand totals in Group footer1, the last one.

Store Procedure brings two sections:  0-Euros and 1-Dolars.

With OnlastRecord on group footer2, the totals are display in a new page for Euros Section.

The last section Dolars works fine.

How can show the totals for Euros Section in the same page ?

Thanks!
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Question by:linareso
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by:ebolek
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Can you explain better. You have two groups. One is dollar, second is euros???They seem like the same thing to me currency. What is in the group 2 and what do u wantto do
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by:linareso
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Group2 are Subtotals, and it can be several of them.  

The details and their subtotals must be in a new page. (I use Format Section 'New Page After' Formula, and set 'not Onlastrecord')

When is time to put the grand total(group1) for a Currency, takes 'new page After' and display the grand total in a new page (Just for the first section Euros,  Dolars works fine due not onlastrecord ).  

I want to display the grand total(group1) in the same page that the subtotals(group2), for the first section.

Thanks!!!




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Try this as the new page after formula

Not OnLastRecord

Another idea - Use the NEW PAGE BEFORE formula for group 2 header
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Not OnFirstRecord

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May have slved it.  

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Glad i could help

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