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I can't see why my Crystal Report spills onto second page

Posted on 2011-03-21
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I have a report, but whenever it is printed it prints and additional page. In Crystal reports under design view, it looks like a single page report. However when you goto view-> preview you can see the banded colour filling up an extra and additional page.

because it is in landscape view and it creates another landscape page.

I've tried looking under each section element for "insert page after" but only the report footer has this element and its greyed out

I have found by supressing the page header completely it seems to fit onto once page, but doesnt look any good.
is there something I'm doing wrong here?
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Check the page header to see if any of the fields on the right side are slightly off the page in design mode.

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Simple solution is the easiest
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