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Crystal image insertion from UNC location in database field

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I referenced this solution to get my images to appear on the report...
by: LinInDenver  Posted on 2013-02-06 at 13:11:56  ID: 38860627

I would like to print this in a matrix type view... multiple records per row.
How do I get it to increment to the next record? Do I simply copy the fields of the first set and past them adjacent?
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Tested copy/paste report fields which resulted in duplication... As I thought. Again, how to increment to next record across on the same row?
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Within the Section Expert, select Format with Multiple Columns in the detail section. You can also apply it to Groups on the layout tab that's created when you use the multiple columns formatting option.

Please note, however, that you may need to do some "tweaking" in order to keep records together, depending how the report as a whole is formatted, whether there are multiple detail sections, groups, etc...
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Thanks rhinok. Worked perfectly once I set the detail width in the layout tab.
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