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Modifying crystal reports Title

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Hello,

Kindly help me with the following issue.

I need to change the title of a crystal report based on certain conditions.

I have achieved this in vb-6 as
 report.ReportTitle = " the required value"

But I am not finding this option when I use Crystal reports in VB.Net

Is there a way I can change the report title in VB.Net ?

Thanks and Best Regards,

Sree
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    Are you using the same version of Crystal?  

    Are you using the same Crystal method for calling the report?
      Your VB method looks like the RDC are you using the RDC in .Net?

    mlmcc
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    Glad i could help

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