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VB 2005:  Crystal Report viewer: Where is the Action button?

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Dear experts:

Hi!
I am trying to create a Crystal report for the first time.

WHERE I AM:  I created a crystal report.rpt.  Then I dragged and dropped CrystalReportViewer object into the Default.aspx.

The tutorial book says: "If necessary click the action button on the CrystalReportViewer object.

Where is the action button?  I can;t find it.

The tutorial book also showed: When the CrystalReportViewer was dropped into the Default.aspx, a small screen ("Create Report Source") showed up. I haven't seen the screen.


Hope you experts may kindly helped me!

duta
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I don't know what reference you are using but this tutorial may be easier to use

http://www.businessobjects.com/global/pdf/dev_zone/VS2005_Walkthroughs.pdf

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