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editing crystal report title at design time in visual studio 2010

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Please let me know... I can't find a way to change the title. Neither the context menu nor the properties does not provide means for change... Am I missing something...


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I ihaven't used the VS2010 version but usually there is a title property.

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I got it!! This is hidden under Report->Summary Info->Title.........

No where it is mentioned...I only had to waste 24-hours of my time to find this .........
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I solved myself.
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