Not allow details section to split in to 2 pages.

Is there a way to keep the entire Details section on a Crystal Report tied to a specific group header so that the details for a specific record will not split on to 2 pages.

However, have this happen without choosing the Paging option on the Group to begin a new page after each group change.
Joe BrownIT ManagerAsked:
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mlmccCommented:
You can change a Group to keep together
Right click the group header in the left margin
Click CHANGE GROUP
On the second tab there is an option to keep the group together

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Joe BrownIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Where has this been hiding all of my life! (insert eye roll here)
mlmccCommented:
It is in a strange place and hard to find.

I always thought the section expert would work but that is strictly for the group header section and not the entire group.
Joe BrownIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Thank you. Yes, very odd place indeed.
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