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Is it possible to save a Crystal Report as an older version in Crystal 2008? Many thanks! dawnyanne

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Hi I have an old Crystal 8.5 report which has been mistakenly opened and saved in a later version. It opens fine in Crystal 2008 - is it possible to save the report as an older version as in Microsoft word etc?

Many thanks !!

dawnyanne
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Anything saved in CRv9 or later cannot be saved to a pre-V9 format.

 If you haven't got a backup then it's a copy and paste job from one version to the other.
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thank you so much for your help! and so quick!  thankyou again! - dawnyanne
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