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I have a crystal report which when printed, renders multiple rows. When a field contains an asterick (*), it should be aligned at the top. values other than asterick are printed as it is. Is there any way to accomplish this? I am trying using 2 sections(containing the same fields) and suppressing them depending upon the value of the field(type of field is string)

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