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Default Crystal Report in C# 2.0

Hello,
How are you.
I am making a Desktop appllication where I have three forms..
Form 1: Accepts Details of employees like....
   His Employee code,His Name,Department,salary etc.

Form 2: Accepts details of his salary like...
    His Working days,P.F.,Basic salary,Income tax, Total deduction, Net Salary, etc.

Form 3: Accepts the Payslip No. and after clicking the button in the form ,I want that the crystal report must generate a report for that perticular payslip no..

Can anyone provide me the help or tutorial or any link.

thanks in advance.



rajkumar sharma
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