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Getting Total Page and Formula Field value in crystal Report 9 for VB

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Hi Experts,

I'm developing using Crystal Report 9 and VB 6.0

If I want to get the total page count and formula field value in the crystal report for my VB coding used, is there any method?

Also, if the export destination is PDF, can it also be done ?

Thanks
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you can use the "Total Page Count Field" (under the Insert|Special Field menu)...
If using from within VB you can call the PEGetNPages crystal API function (look at the developers help file in crystal reports for details on how ot call this function)

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