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="Page " & Globals!OverallPageNumber & " of " & Globals!OverallTotalPages - IN DETAIL SECTION

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How would i make this work in the detail section?\

="Page " & Globals!OverallPageNumber & " of " & Globals!OverallTotalPages - IN DETAIL SECTION
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Does that work in the page footer?

Why do you want it on each detail record?

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