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Crystal Reports - subreport design not saving

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I have a subreport within my Crystal Report with 8 line charts in it.  I have a trendline (mean) on all 8 charts.  Every time I close and reopen my main report, the trendlines on three of my charts are gone. (Yes, the line that the trendline is based on is still there.)  Yet my trendlines on my other charts are fine.  I have put them back in several times and saved and they keep disappearing.
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by:mlmcc
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DO you have the subreport set to reimport on open?

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by:altosax
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The subreport is just in-bedded in the main report.  The Re-import When Opening option is grayed out and unchecked.
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by:mlmcc
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I don't know.  I haven't heard of an issue ith that.

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I deleted my 3 charts that were not working and replaced them with one of the charts that was working, replaced the data, and now the trendlines save.  The three charts must have gotten corrupted somehow.
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No other solution provided.  Fixed by trial and error.
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