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Prevent Subreport from Repeating?

Posted on 2008-10-28
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I have a subreport (within a report - obviously!).  The report talks of the general info about the site and the subreport contains the data from the sampling (multiple entries).  I have put the data in a subreport.  The subreport looks great but it repeats for as many entries that are there.  Is there a way to stop it from repeating?
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Hi - I figured it out using the Child Link.  Sorry for any hassle.
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