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Eliminating left margin column on Crystal Reports

Posted on 2010-11-17
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I'm using CR with C# 4.0. When a report displays, under C#, there's a margin at the left (see image). How can I turn the margin off?

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by:jagssidurala
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write the code below in load

CrystalReportViewer1.DisplayGroupTree = False

Also, you can set the default for showing the group tree to false in the control's properties
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also refer this link for different properties

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms227177%28VS.80%29.aspx
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The link is for VS 2005. The DisplayGroupTree property seems to be missing in VS 2010. I've looked around and can't find an alternative.
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i'm afraid these links are of no use to me. They're just general info about CR in VS 2010, which I've already seen.

Please, either answer the question or say that you can't.
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I haven't used the VS versions of Crystal.  It is possible that is one of the limitations of the .Net version of Crystal.

Check report options to see if there is an option to show/build the group tree.

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I have found no report options to handle this. If that's not right, please let me know.
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This question has not received any useful responses. It would be misleading to others to accept mlmcc's or any other response. I recommend deleting it without assigning points.
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It would be better if just PAQd.

The fact that there is no way to do what you want is useful information.  As the EE Help states sometimes the answer is, you can't do what you want.

I hav eno problem accepting comment 34259223 as the answer.

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