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crystal reports export to excel data only missing page header names

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hi,

Bit of a strange one this.....

Im calling crystal reports from asp.net using the push model.  All this is working fine and is deployed.

Im having trouble exporting to excel for data only in that 4 of my 15 page header column names are missing when I open the excel file????........... I cant understand why and have checked everything.  This only happens when I export to this format in that all the columns export succesfully when I export to pdf etc.....

any ideas???

Thanks Jimbo
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try to keep your column headings in one line and see only one point width is for your header section.i.e. at left side of crysatl report designer only one point is appearing for width of section.
its workaround.
also try to remove hyper link of headers.
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