Crosstab at the Report Footer

Hi! I have a Crosstab showing the totals of my companies at my report footer. The problem is: I don't want the crosstab to be cut in half at the end of the paper, and to throw the rest of the information to next page. Is there anyway for me to set the cross tab to go to the other page automatically?

Thanks in advance
Gabriell PortoAsked:
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mlmccCommented:
Is that the only thing in the report footer?
If so you can use the KEEP TOGETHER option on the Report Footer in the Section Expert

Right click the RF in the left margin
Click SECTION EXPERT
Check the KEEP TOGETHER box

If there is other information in the report footer
Create a second report footer and put the cross tab in it.
Use the above trick on the cross tab section

mlmcc
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Gabriell PortoAuthor Commented:
Nice! One more thing: Is there a scenario where I can make the crosstabs continue the data display on the side when it reaches the end of the page?
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mlmccCommented:
What do you mean?

Are you trying to do 2 columns?
As far as I know only the detail section can have multiple columns

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Gabriell PortoAuthor Commented:
Image I have a Crosstabs with 5 Clients and their totals

                     Total                                 Total
Client 1        xxxxx          Client 4       xxxx
Client 2        xxxxx          Client 5       xxxxx
Client 3        xxxxx
____________________
--- END OF PAGE ---


Like it pushes the rest of the crosstabs to the side?
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mlmccCommented:
I assume the report footer available space is variable so sometimes all 5 fit and other times it is split?
If it is always the same height you could put multiple crosstabs in and put a filter on them so they show as desired.

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Gabriell PortoAuthor Commented:
"I assume the report footer available space is variable so sometimes all 5 fit and other times it is split?"

That's exactly what I meant, altought I'm having to much work with the report. I'm gonna leave it the way it is.

Thank you very much for your support, mlmcc!
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