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Crystal report viewer cuts off half of the report when running it in my development environment

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I have a web site that uses cystal reports designed in visual studio 2005. When i run my web application on my development pc(localhost) and view the report when i run the application it shows only a 1/4 of the report in the reportviewer. When I publish the application to the web server where the Microsoft.Net framework 2 is present and the crystal report redistributables, then it works. Does it have something to do with a setting tht i have to set in the ide of visual studio, in the crystal report design viewer or is it something else. I have tried uninstalling crystal reports and re-installing it again. Thanks in advance
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AdelKh earned 1000 total points
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I had similar problem.
Try this, at the report design Go to Page Setup and in the printer options select "No Printer".
It is also a good advise to check your printer settings
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Thanks. It is working.
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