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Need a break or additional blank lines after Crosstab

I am using SAP Crystal Reports 2011 ver RTM.

I have a report created in SAP Crystal Reports that uses a Crosstab and is displayed in an ASP.Net page.

The Crosstab occurs when the Workcenter and/or Shift changes in the data. The Crosstab is placed in the Group Footer for the Shift field.

What I need to do is have more blank space or blank lines after the Crosstab before it starts the next group of detail records.

I could change the detail line to have more space above the detail records but that causes the detail records to be more spread out which I do not want.

Attached is a screenshot of how the report looks when viewed in the ASP.Net page using CrystalReportViewer. The amount of space above the Crosstab is the same amount of space I would like after the Crosstab. Note that there is hardly any space after the Crosstab before the detail records start again.

Not looking to do a Page Break.

Also attached is how the report looks in Design view in SAP Crystal Reports 2011.

How to create space after the Crosstab?

Please help!


Keith Jackson

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2015 at 09:09 PM

    Hi Keith,

    Right click the blue area titled 'Group Footer #2' on the Left and select 'Insert section below'


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