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ASP.Net CrystalViewer toolbar icons don't line up.

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The toolbar icons on my crystal reports preview page don't position themselves correctly.
I've tried messing with the crystal CSS file: crystalreportviewers115\css\default.css, I could make the background div taller but I couldn't push the icons up. There's no reference to any other CSS files in the page. Any suggestions

 any suggestions?

See attached:

>> .Net 4.0
>> crystalreportviewers115
crystaltoolBar.png
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Is this the Crystal standalone viewer or are you building an application using CR XI R2?

What version of Windows?

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stand alone web viewer. web server is win 2003 problem is with all browser types
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Did you build it or is it the standalone viewer from SAP/Crystal?

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it's the one that comes with visual studio

http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-7824
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So you built the application.  

You need to use the CR XI R2 assemblies, not the ones that come with VS.

They should be on your CD

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Sorry for the delay, got side tracked.

The solution was to reload, SAP Crystal Reports, version for Visual Studio 2010. This caused version ver. 11.5 that was associated with vs 2010 to be updated to ver. 14. When I open the vs solution file the web site was upgraded as well.
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