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Stationery paper in Crystal Reports

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Hi,

I always wonder, how to use such a stationery paper in Crystal Reports (I used 2011 and 2016). The standard way I know is, to put the paper in the page header and select "underlay following sections". In my case it leads to some problems:
1. I need to set a page footer as CR needs to know where the page actually ends respectively where to stop printing data.

2. CR always reserves a minimum space for the page footer so it's not possible to use such a paper without having a white space right at the end (format is A4).

My workaround was to cut the paper into pieces to create a separate page header and footer. When having graphics which use the whole page this doesn't work, because there will be a thin white line between the page footer and the rest of the page.

Is there any way to handle such a stationery paper?

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