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Maximum Height of Report Footer not large enough

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Hi,

I generate a quotation out of an MS-Access database.

There are three MS-Word documents of standard information that I would like to append to the bottom of the quote, so that they are printed with the quote. I have used unbound object boxes to link to the MS-Word documents and this is working fine.

Unfortunately the maximum height of the Report Footer is around 58cm - enough for two full pages but not three :(

Is there a solution here?

Regards,

Scott Wilson
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Try creating sub-reports and include them in the main report footer.  This should allow the expansion you need.

Scott C
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