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Crystal Reports printing problem

Posted on 2009-05-13
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I have a user who is trying to print a report from Crystal Reports and is getting the following error "The start page cannot be greater than the stop page" I have searched but cannot find any solution.

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How is he printing?

Is there an application controlling the printing?
Check to see if the code uses the start/stop page option

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Are you trying to print entire report or just a few pages? If you are printing a range or specific pages, please make sure your start page # is smaller than end page (eg. print 3-6 or 9-200. ) It should not be like 200-9 or 6 to 3.
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