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oracle report printing 2 pages in one page

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hi am in oracle 11R2 how can i make my report to print in one page for example
 
 
 
 
page 1
value *********************************************
value3 *********************************************
cut  and print the next page in its own page
 
page 2
value *********************************************
value3 *********************************************
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In the "Object Navigator", go to "Paper Layout", "Main Section", 'Body" then find the reporting group for this data and in the "General Layout" section of the Property Inspector, change the "Page Break After" property from it's default value of "No" to "Yes".
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go to "Paper Layout", "Main Section", 'Body" then find the reporting group for this data and in the "General Layout" section of the Property Inspector, change the "Page Break After" property from it's default value of "No" to "Yes"
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