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Long and variable length Text information "keeps together" rather than beginning to print on first page

Posted on 2008-06-18
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I have a long and variable length Comments text that need to be disiplayed in the report. The lext length could be any where from 1 character long to 8000 characters long. I place the text box on approx the middle of the page(this is varable depending upon number of records/info displayed above it.
The text box... "keeps together" on the second page as opposed to starting at the middle of page 1 and continuing to page 2. I do not have a table, group or anything else on the form other than textboxes.
How can I force the comments textbox to begin on page 1 and continue to page 2,3 etc
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by:mlmcc
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Check the formatting of the text to see if KEEP TOGETHER is selected.

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There is no "Keep together" for a text box... if there is, I cannot find it after a very long search! I f you know how pls let me knowwhere to look.
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Right click the field
Click FORMAT
Check the COMMON tab

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There is no solution to the problem per MS except wait for the next release of SQL which they say will have options
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