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Is there a way to suppress a text field header if the {Job.Job} field is blank?
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Where is the header field?

Is this for a single record or multiple?

You can conditionally suppress any field
Right click the field
Click FORMAT OBJECT
Click the COMMON TAB
Click the FORMULA BUTTON to the right of SUPPRESS
IsNull({Job.Job}) or {Job.Job} = ""

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This worked perfect.  Thanks!
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