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New Page between subreports

Posted on 2014-02-25
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Hi,
I have a main report having 4 subreports in the details area.  Each sub report needs to begin on it's own page.  Each subreport has a "force new page" in the Details property area but it doesn't begin a new page.  All 4 subreports end up being contiguous.

Is there a way to make each subreport start on a new page?

Help is most appreciated.
Charlie
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Try inserting a page break control between the subreports.  It is on the ribbon for A2010 between the Option Group and the Combo.
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Excellent, solved, thank you.

BTY, the report footer prints immediately following the last subreport.  Any way of forcing it to print at the bottom of the last page?
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I don't have a solution handy.  I think you need to examine the height of the detail section and add blank rows until you space down enough.  Good luck with it.
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Thanks.
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