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Subreport - Alignment Problem

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I have developed a report as follows

GH1  -  Field (Resource Name)
GH2a -  Field (Scheme Name)
GH2b -                         Subreport (underlay following section ticked) and keep object together unticked on subreport
Details - Data on main report displayed and detail on the subreport displayed


The problem I am having is when there a couple of pages of data for the same resource and scheme, the alignment goes out of sync.

the output is as follows

GH1  Test User
GH2a Test User Scheme
Details On the left hand side start on the next page, while details on the subreport display correctly under Test User Scheme.

Can anybody help with this?
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Question by:halifaxman
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Is the subreport set to KEEP TOGETHER?

Is the DETAIL SECTION set with KEEP TOGETHER or NEW PAGE BEFORE?

Check the KEEP TOGETHER on the group
Right click the group header in the left margin
Click CHANGE GROUP
Check the second tab

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