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Quickreport Page Header only first page

Posted on 2011-03-03
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Hi,

with the QuickReport I want to print the rbPageHeader BandType only in the first page. There is the Option FirstPageHeader but:
- FirstPageHeader:=True -> every page have the Header
- FirstPageHeader:=False -> every page have the Header but not the first page!

I want the header only in the first page.

I use QuickReport 4.05 and Delphi 7.

Thanks in advice.
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Question by:Andrea Matthiae
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Use title band to print a header only on the first page...

Following text part is from http://www.oocities.org/ikhet0/resources/QuickReport3.doc:

A title band is the first band printed to a report (after the very first page header, if any).
It’s useful for printing the report title, data selection criteria, creation date and time and so on.
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For a title band in Delphi you have to use TQRBand / rbTitle
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by:bokist
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One of possible solutions - using page header OnBeforePrint event :

procedure TMyForm.PageHeader_band_nameBeforePrint(Sender: TQRCustomBand; var PrintBand: Boolean);
begin
   PrintBand := Quickrep1.PageNumber = 1;
end;
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Thanks!
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