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CrystalReportsViewer subreport truncated

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I'm using C# 4.0. I have an existing CrystalReportsViewer report that has a details subreport. I switched the report from portrait to landscape. The main report comes out fine, but when generated, the details report is truncated on the right at just under 8 inches. In the report designer, it shows the full width I'd expect, about 10.5 inches.

Any idea what's going on?
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The answer, as it turns out, is PDS (pretty darn simple).

In the main report, there's a box in the details section that references the subreport. That box has to be extended to the right to include the entire available printing area.
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