How to force sub report on a new page

Hi Experts,

I would like to have a sub report within a reports section printed on a separate page.
Tried inserting page break control, however I realized that this causes the second page to get printed regardless if the sub report has data or not.

How can I avoid that?
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
<<How can I avoid that?>>

 Use the sub reports HasData property to hide or make visible the page break control.

 or better yet, you can do that on the main form:

 Me.SubReportControlName.Visible = Me.SubReportControlName.Report.HasData

 in the sections OnFormat event and just leave the page break in the subreport.


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