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I have a report that has (3) different groups.  I'm trying to figure out how to get the print-outs to react the way I want them to.

I want Group 1 to display on top of a page, then immediately after that display Group 2 followed by Group 3.   Currently, it is displaying Group 1, then the next page, Group 2, then the following page, Group 3.  I do not want Group 2 or Group 3 to start on new pages, but to .
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by:vasto
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You have "New page before" set on. Uncheck the checkbox and it should work  as you want
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by:ITworks
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I don't see this......where is "New page before" located?
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right click on Group Header #2 ( at the very right of the screen in the gray area, not on the report) , select section expert and select section Group Header #2. On the right side is "New page before" - uncheck it.
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Thanks for the quick response.
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