Can I add a pagebreak to a crosstab on crystal 10

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
I need to divide the groups in my crosstab (one group to a page).  Can I do this in Crystal X?
Question by:Lmunilla
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    Do you have to use crosstab. if the calculations and boxes need to be done with the correct grouping and using summares and functions you can create a crosstab by yourself. Then for the second page you can use new page after function from the section expert

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    are you creating the cross tab on the group? (i.e. placing it in either the group header or group footer (vs. report header/footer)? this way you get: 1)the cross-tab information only for that group (which obviously corresponds withe the Grouping filed) and 2) can format the sesctin to have "new page after" (you can furhter make this conditional when "onlastrecord = false " if you don't want a page break after the final group.

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    so glad we could help! best wishes :)

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