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Extra White Space from Crystal Reports PDF Printout

Posted on 2010-09-22
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I have a PDF report that I can't remove the white space between the page page and the footer. It's driving me crazy. There is plenty of room for the next row to print...but it just doesn't. It seems to have the right "paper size" because the footer is in the right place.
action s taken for this
. Right click on the field and select format field.
                         2. Select 'Paragraph' tab and set the 'Line Spacing' option to 'Exact'.
                          3. In the same tab, select Of: option as 12 pts.
done
plse upade the soluation for this also check the attached pdf for sample.
INF8H0042010090402183.pdf
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are you referring to the line on page 3 (with "26" in the far most right column) not printing on page 2? If so, it looks pretty tight to me for it to print on the previous page.

Make sure all your sections/groups have Keep Together unchecked.

Make sure you have no white space at the bottom of your page footer (Fit Section).
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