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Old November 7th, 2007, 06:23 AM
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my third question, and hopefully the easiest of the 3 to solve...

i've got a report with two sub reports in the same footer. at first i thought it was working as generally the sub reports only have 1 record in each, but there are cases where they could have more - and when they do they get printed on top of each other, how do i make sure one sub report comes below another one but keep it in the same section?

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ok, probably incredibly bad practise but i have solved by adding in the same grouping level for a second time and having another footer.

so one section has two footers, one with the first sub report, the second with the other sub report.

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