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Old June 7th, 2006, 09:28 AM
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Default Newbie Question - Sorry!

Am new to Crystal Reports and have only used it in its basics, i.e. here is a database - I need this report.....

Have hit a problem which probably has a very, very simple solution.... but can I find it??...NO.

I have a report. Counts the number of different types of article processed by different staff members in different sections of the warehouse. So Row = article, Column = section/employee.....

Problem comes when the report gets quite big and we have lots of columns ( i.e. lots of employees have worked in the different sections).

I lose the row headings on the second page of the report. so have no idea what article is being referred to. I need to reprint the row headings on the second (and subsequent) page(s) (the same problem exists on the screen but is not so serious as we can scroll back across.....)

Can someone point me in the right direction please.... or if it cant be done (which I find hard to believe) please confirm that with me.

Many many thanks for any help.......
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Hi there , Dear Brother / Sister ,
I cant figure out the main problem from ur message.
i think u r looking for something similor to the following.
u said u cant able to view the Row headers on next page when the number of rows exceeds... right ?
if this is ur problem then surely u r using ur column heading on -- " REPORT HEADER SECTION" of Crystal report........
if u SHIFT ur REPORT HEADER SECTION to PAGE HEADER u will find the header of ur column on each page....
Hope u got the solution.. but i really advice u to just read some crystal report document basics from microsoft library or books , bcz reports plays major part in real time environment.....
thx..and regards
M.Raza Ullah Khan

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