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Delphi: In Rave Reports, how do you determine howmany lines have been used on a page

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Using Delphi with Rave Reports ceode based.  Is there a function in Rave that you can call that keeps count of the line number after the NewLine function has been called.  If there is such a counter, is it automatically zeroed after the Newpage function being called?
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(Sender as TBaseReport).LineNum - current line and it is zeroed if NewPage is called
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