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Old February 17th, 2007, 03:15 AM
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Default Print Table-Fields on three different pages

I have a table having more than 85 fields. I want to get printout in 3 pages. Some Fields are common for all pages and i have to print on top of each page. Other fields I need to arrange on page1 / page2 page3. So How can I break the details in 3 pages. It is simple There is no need for a grouping.

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If this is going to be a 3 page report, do the report manually, and just spread the fields down the page in a single detail section until it reaches 3 pages. There is some trial and error, but all you have to do is switch back and forth between design view and preview until the report looks the way you want.



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