Crystal Reports - 3 Groups not breaking where they should

Posted on 2014-09-02
Last Modified: 2014-09-02
I have three groups in my report:

CostCenter > SupervisorName > EmployeeName

The groups are not page breaking where they're supposed to. The cost center should page break when a new one occurs, same with supervisor name. However, it keeps printing to the end of the page with some names repeating from the bottom of the last page onto the top of the first page. This causes some names to appear under the wrong cost center and supervisor. Any help is appreciated. Thx!
Question by:nightshadz
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    Accepted Solution

    How are you controlling the paging?

    Do you have NEW PAGE AFTER or BEFORE on the cost center group?


    Author Comment

    I actually didn't set up any paging.

    Author Closing Comment

    I'm getting close to fixing it. Have some other issues going on but the paging is leading me in the right direction. Thanks for the help!

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