crystal reports remove second page for a report

hi, i have a report spanning 2 pages ,i'm trying to remove second page so all the details are displayed in 1 page if certain section is suppressed . How do i do it step by step?
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Do you have a group on the report?

What section are you suppressing?

oleggoldAuthor Commented:
yes,there're several sub-reports and several groups by different fields. i'm suppressing a section right before the page break in case there's no data for this section to appear.
You can get groups to stay together and subreports to stay together

Right click the group header in the left margin
Click the second tab
There is an option to KEEP GROUP TOGETHER

Subreports can be formatted on the COMMON tab
Right click a subreport
On the COMMON tab set the KEEP TOGETHER option

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oleggoldAuthor Commented:
my problem that the grouping is by header and then by underlying fields - is that the reason we can't get red of the pagers?
You can control paging to a certain degree but not with any certainty.

The other groups may be causing issues if they potentially cause a new page

Can you upload the report file with data that shows the issue?


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oleggoldAuthor Commented:
actually the header just has 1 var saying
oleggoldAuthor Commented:
i'm sorry i can't upload any client report ,all i can is try to describe the issue as full as possible
WIll it all fit on 1 page?

> actually the header just has 1 var saying
 > "WhileReadinGRecords;
 > True;"

 That's not a variable, that's a formula (just trying to keep the terminology straight).

 Which "header"?  Report, page or group?

 Exactly where are you using that formula?  Is it just a separate formula that was placed on the report; or is it in one of the formatting options, like "New page after"; or is it somewhere else?

 Why include WhileReadingRecords?

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