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I have a crosstab on a report. I've turned off "Show Cell Margins" from the crosstab expert. I've done this to save real estate on my report.

What I'd really like to do is change the margins within the cells or change the "Vertical" alignment to centered. In the future I may want to change both. Is there a way to do any of this?

I can change the size of each row but everything is aligned to the top.
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Sorry alien alan, there isn't a way to change margins w/in cells, nor is that a way to change the vertical alignment.  Crystal's crosstab is not very flexible when it comes to formatting.

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