Subreport Alignment

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2016-08-29
I have a report that I create in Crystal Report for Visual Studio 2005 with a subreport that aligns with the left side of the subreport in the middle of the page.  I have set the aligement to everything possible and it has no effect please help.
Question by:pat_cunningham
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    Not sure what the problem is.  Can you post a screenshot to

    Or perhaps give a little more detail and a sample here.


    Author Comment

    I posted the screenshot.  I forgot to mention in my orginal question that it looks fine in development or if you export it into a PDF.  It is only in the viewer that it shifts.

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    Accepted Solution

    The web viewer is a bit flaky sometimes but this is extreme.  What report section contains the subreport?

    Are you using any stylesheets in your web app that might be throwing out a <center> tag somewhere?


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    The page style was set to text align center.

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