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Crystal report keep together more than 3 footer sections

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Can we keep together multiple sections?
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peter57r earned 250 total points
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If you mean RFa, RFb, RFc  or GF1a, GF1b, GF1c then yes.
In the section expert choose the Report Footer entry (not the entries for RFa, RFb or RFc) and set the Keep Together option .
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by:mlmcc
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AGree.  If you mean to keep the report header with the details then in general no.

What are you trying to do and what are you seeing?

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thanks
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