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Is there a way to insert a graphic into the background of a Crystal report version 8.5.

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I have a customer that has pre-printed invoices.  He would like to have my system print them including the pre-printed information.  I have a crystal report that prints the header, body and footer.  What I would like to do is take a jpg or bmp image and insert it into the background of the report, then print the data over the top of it and sent it all to the printer.  Is that possible with Crystal 8.5?
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Yes.  Get a page size image.
Put it in the report header
Right click the Report Header in the left margin
Click FORMAT SECTION
Set the section option
    UNDERLAY FOLLOWING SECTIONS

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Thanks!
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