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I have a Crystal Report with many subreports in it (each subreport embedded in a separate section.)  Three of those sections need to stay in Landscape , while the two other sections (subreports embedded in those sections) need to print in porttrait mode.  Is that possible?  Or do I have to keep the portrait separated from landscape?

Thanks in advance,
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It cannot be done in Crystal.  

The only way I can think to do this somewhat easily would be to print the report in portrait and suppress the landscape sections.  The do it in landscape and suppress the portrait sections.  Not sure what will happen to your subreports with the other parts suppressed.

It may be possible through a third-party tool like Visual Cuts that can burst the report into separate parts.

Look here for several third-party tools.
http://www.kenhamady.com/bookmarks.html

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Glad i could help

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