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Supress page header

Posted on 2013-11-21
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Hello all,
I have a crystal report XI report:
it has report header,page header,details(has a subreport), page footer, report footer(has a subreport).
When printing the report footer, how to suppress the page header?
Thanks.
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Question by:Star79
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by:mlmcc
ID: 39666254
You can try using a formula as

OnLastRecord

That will suppress the page header when processing the last record

Right click the page header in the left margin
Click SECTION EXPERT
Click the formula button for SUPPRESS
Enter
    OnLastRecord
CLick SAVE AND CLOSE
Click OK

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by:Star79
ID: 39666322
mlmcc,
I put the formula OnLastRecord
 on the formula expert for suppress for the page header, but the page header is getting suppressed in all the pages in addtion to the report footer. I only need it suppressed in the RF
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by:mlmcc
ID: 39666372
Since you didn't mention it, I assume there are no groups.

Does the detail section ever split across a page boundary?
If not try this

IN the report header add a formula
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global BooleanVar SuppressPH := False;
""

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IN the detail section add a formula
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global BooleanVar SuppressPH;
SuppressPH := OnLastRecord;
""

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IN the suppression formula use
WhilePrintingRecords;
Global BooleanVar SuppressPH;
SuppressPH

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Author Comment

by:Star79
ID: 39666445
hello mlmc,
RH is already suppressed by design
PH has some logo and this has to be suppressed only in the RF
detail has a subreport which inturn has groups inside it
RF has a subreport
PF has some text and logo.
I did the above that you mentioned.It still suppressed the PH in all the pages.
Thanks.
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Expert Comment

by:mlmcc
ID: 39666633
Is there only 1 record for the report?

Is the report footer on the last page?

mlmcc
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Author Comment

by:Star79
ID: 39666730
The subreport in the details section has multiple rows and the RF is the last page
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mlmcc earned 500 total points
ID: 39666776
Try this to suppress the page header

PageNumber = TotalPageCount

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Author Comment

by:Star79
ID: 39666809
hello mlmcc, the above worked but I did not understand what it actually means when we put

PageNumber = TotalPageCount in the suppress formula expert of the PH.
Pls let me know.
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by:mlmcc
ID: 39666817
It is just testing if the page being printed is the last page of the report.  If so then suppress the page header

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