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Crystal Reports open document - how to add a zoom level

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I am using opendocument.aspx to viewe reports from my dotnet application.  My problem is that the crystal reporting zoom level only provides options of 75%, 100% etc. Is it possible to make  the zoom level accept an input value from user or to set a set of custom zoom levels for the reports?
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I haven't used the asp viewer but have you tried to just type in a value?

You may also be able to control it through ASP code.

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It doesn't let me type in a value there. How can we control it through .net?Any ideas will be hugely appreciated.
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I don't know how.  There have been questions here in the past asking how to set the zoom on open.

You might search the EE Crystal zone for one.

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