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hi.  i put a report together (sql/rs v2000, vs. net 2003), everything works great, but the report is coming with a page break line in it.  like this:

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Oct 25 9:57 AM GEH0 B 5 9,483.00
Oct 25 9:57 AM GEH1 B 5 9,472.00
Oct 25 9:57 AM GEH7 B 5 9,465.00
Oct 25 9:57 AM GEH8 B 5 9,499.00
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Oct 25 9:57 AM GEH9 B 5 9,492.50
Oct 25 9:57 AM GEM0 B 5 9,480.00
Oct 25 9:57 AM GEM1 B 5 9,469.50
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all the data is correct above and below the line.  but, i want to get rid of that line.  
any thoughts?
 
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by:dnsvh
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Where are you putting these data? A table? A list? A matrix?
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by:dbaSQL
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sorry, i should have said that.  that page break is in the email that i'm sending via the subscription.  everything is fine...it just has that line in the middle of the report
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by:chrismc
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Do you have a line like that anywhere in the report definition?
Or do you think it is the email process putting it in?

Cheers
Chris
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by:dbaSQL
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i have a line in the header, intentionally, but no lines in the body....except for this one
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DavidGreenfield earned 1400 total points
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Extend the page height property and this will move the page break down.  To do this Right click off the main body and click properties, then go the layout tab and extend the page height, that will move the page break further down.
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by:dbaSQL
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i moved page height from 11" to 15"  
still no good, i've got 2 page breaks in there
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by:dbaSQL
ID: 17868941
changed it to 20", got rid of one of the page breaks.  i will try it again and let you know
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by:dbaSQL
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ok, changed it to 30", the page break(s) gone
who'd a thought.....excellent.  
thanks much, mr. greenfield
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by:DavidGreenfield
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No problem glad to help

David
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