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Hi everyone,

This is my very new post to the forum, as I have just registred my self in today.

Anyway, my question seems to be simple and causes no big problem as it could be passed by another way, but I'm looking forward for any replies on it.

Actually, every article and walkthrough I've ever red about creating CR report, mentioned something about "DESIGN MODE" and "PRINT PREVIEW" of the report, where I'm using CR that came bundled with VS.NET, I CAN'T FIND THE PRINT PREVIEW of the report I'm designing, which ENFORCES me to compile and run the whole project to see the actual look of the report, which is of course a very annoying procedure.

I hope to find a way to show up the PRINT PREVIEW or any other way to work around this problem.

BTW, I have downloaded the Crystal Report Enterprise Application Server v.9.2 and v.10 but I got NO LUCK. As I found the Launch Pad is not supportive, and I guess the enterprise version of CR is designed for web reporting, though I found it not usefull for web cuz I couldn't create any report with it! God it is so mysterious!.
Anyway, I hope that I made my self clear, and I'll be glad to hear any suggestions.

Thanks,
Ahmad
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