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how to break columns in crystal report

Posted on 2006-07-05
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Hello all,

I have one query, I am uses crystal report 9.2. I have created one multicolumn report.
Now in my report i want to break records in columns according to conditions.

For Ex.
There are two columns in my report.  I want to display first 25 records in one column, rest of the 25 records in second column and there are more then 50 records then want to continue same thing in next page.

so in simple way i want to distribute 25 records to each column.

Please help me to solve this problem.

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Question by:aurionpro
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Right click the detail section (or other sections as applicable), choose "Format Section", check "Format with Multiple Columns".  Click on the newly displayed "layout" tab and enter the width and gap for your columns.
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by:jayuu22
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Hi,

i had faced same problem before and there is no any solution for that..

but u can do one thing..u can use mail lable report style
i used it for my problem and i got result.. if u used mail style report before then
u can do it easily..

Jay Patel

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