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Hi all,

I've been running into this issue several times over the last few months. I'm on SRS2005. When I do a report which has a "List" control taking up pretty much the whole page, with various fields scattered throughout it, and I delete a field, the Preview tab shows a blank report. If I "undo", the report is ok again. (In my current case, the report is blank except for the company logo, which is within the List control.(!?) ). I've gotten around it so far by just hiding the fields, which is cheesy, but I'm busy. On my current report, if I even copy and paste a field, or add a field from the toolbox, I get the blank Preview tab! (I started this report off by copying an existing report, so it may have "inherited" some corruption from the old one.)

Does anybody have any ideas? I don't really wanna start the report over from scratch.

Thanks!


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