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Hi,

I am facing a problem in using Subreports .. i have 2 reports i.e MAIN_REPORT and CROSS_data_REPORT. in CROSS_data_REPORT report i m using a crosstab which shows me a result and in MAIN_REPORT i have call this CROSS_data_REPORT in it ... the problem is .. when my data(in column) is exceed to its page width limit .. it doesnt show it the remaining filed in MAIN_REPORT ... but i run only a CROSS_data_REPORT it works fine when data is exceed .. the problems is with in MAIN_REPORT ..... can any body guide me how can i format CROSS_data_REPORT in such a way that it shows the remaining data of my cross tab ... if the page width exceed from it limits

Thanks,
Sanju





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