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Show Seperate reports per group

Posted on 2007-04-03
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Hi Experts,

I have a crystal report that provides data in groups ie: -

Group A
            Something 1            Group A
            Something 2            Group A
Something 3            Group A

Group B
            Something 4            Group B
            Something 5            Group B
Something 6            Group B


How do I make the report show each group on separate pages please so that “Group A” is shown on 1 page and “Group B” is shown on the next page. I am using vb.net 2005 with crystal reports built in.

Many Thanks
Lee

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Try this

Open the report
Right click the group footer in the the left margin
Click SECTION EXPERT (FORMAT SECTION)
Make sure the GROUP FOOTER is highlighted
Click NEW PAGE AFTER

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by:ljhodgett
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Hi,

That’s Great thank you and will accept your answer. The only other query I have is that lets say “Group A” had 3 pages and “Group B” has 2 pages would it be possible for the report to add pages 1 – 3 on the report and “Group B” ass pages 1 – 2 on the report instead of the total pages 1 – 5.

Many Thanks
Lee
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by:mlmcc
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Yes.

Right click the group footer in the the left margin
Check the RESET PAGE NUMBER AFTER

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Glad i could help

mlmcc
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