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Suppress group header when forcing extra page in report

Posted on 2011-10-28
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Working on a long report which prints duplex to save paper.  However the client wants each group to begin on an odd page, so we can insert dividers into the report.  

I've added code which prints a pagebreak in the group footer if the footer is on an odd numbered page.  That part works great.  But the even numbered page that prints when this occurs contains the group header, which is set to repeat.

How do I suppress the group header from printing when this extra pagebreak is being printed?
I've tried setting the group header visible property to False, and changing the RepeatSection property but neither of these is working, at least not in print preview mode.
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Haven't tried this but I would guess you would switch 'repeat section' on and off as required.

In the group header print event procedure.

Me.Section.RepeatSection = True

and in the group footer set it to false.
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If issue persists, attach a simple report reproducing the issue with suitable test data.
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by:Dale Fye
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Guys,

Have not forgotten you, just got retasked and have not had a chance to play with the recommendations.  Will hopefully get back to this tomorrow.
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Jeff,

This was precisely what I was looking form.  Thanks.

Dale
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