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Old March 7th, 2006, 05:02 PM
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Hi Guys,
i am using crystal report 7. In one of the reports meant for Letters. there is a report header,details and report footer section. the page header and page footer is suppressed. The report header contains the letter to information, the details the letter bode and report footer stuff like thank you,sincerely,etc.

What is happening is :that whenever i exceed a certain no. of lines in the details section the content of report footer jumps to next section while there is still space for it on the first page.
How can i prevent it and what is the problem.


Any help will be appreciated.
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uncheck the option keep together for report footer section and see.
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