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Formatting a Crystal Report

I have a subreport that will have many entries. I've placed the subreport columns into the header of the subreport with the corresponding fields in the details section. And that works fine. Each of these fields is repeated if needed.
 However I don't have enough room to list all the fields, I run out of room in the header.
Also one of these is a comments field.  The logic is, the main report lists info about client, and the subreport lists the different drugs they are taking with info about each drug. I need the subreport to list each drug and its corresponding data. Do I create another details?   See images for details report and subreport
John Mahoney
John Mahoney
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Is the subreport saved as a report on its own?
If so if you run it does it look correct?

I believe you are asking why you aren't seeing the withdrawal status and comments for each drug.
If the picture you show for the subreport is accurate you should be seeing at least the headings for each drug.

Can you upload the RPT file?

John MahoneyAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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