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Posted on 2011-09-06
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I have an access report with a memo field that is very long (this is the report detail).  Is there any way to start the detail printing on the first page, beneath the group header (it's currently not printing on the first page of each group)?  I have it grouped by a field called fileNumber and the properties for the group header are:

keep together: yes
repeat section: yes
force new page: after section
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by:Luke Chung
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the keep together property is triggering a page break before it when it exceeds the first page. Set that to No and it'll start on the first page.
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On the fileNumber group header, keep together is set to yes
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Set all your group headers' KeepTogether properties to No.
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