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Crystal 8 Subreports

Posted on 2007-03-22
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I have a report written in Crystal 8. The main report is in portrait and I have it calling a subreport that is in landscape but both are being printed in portrait. Does anyone know of a way to have a subreport print with a different orientation? Thanks, arajoe
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I think the subreport take the format of the mainreport. I dont know if it can be changed

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Gary is correct.  You cannot change between landscape and portrait  in the report.

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Accept crgary_tx {18772078 }

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