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Default Portrait report with a Landscape subreport ??

Hi, this is my first (probably of many) post on here and I hope you can help.

I am exporting a crystal report in PDF format and emailing it to a user. This is being done using asp.net.

My main report is in portrait mode because of presentation issues, but I have a subreport that consists of a property schedule that has too many fields to fit across a portrait style page. So I would like to have this subreport in Landscape mode, so it displays the schedule correctly. Is there anyway of acheiving this multi-orientation report, that I can export as a single PDF.

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Mark






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