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A single report can't combine portrait and landscape oriented pages

Post Author: joelo2

CA Forum: Crystal Reports

Hi,

Can a single report in Crystal report XI (version 11.5.8.826) combine portriat and landscape oriented pages like Crystal report 2008? For example, I have one main report with several subreports in the main report. I want one subreport be in portrait page orientation and the other subreports in landscape. Can I do something like that in Crystal report XI version? I even tried writing a small .net program to do this, but it doesn't seem to allow me to do that programmatically either. Please help

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2008 at 11:37 PM

    Post Author: ngra

    CA Forum: Crystal Reports

    I'd like to elevate this issue with Crystal Reports XI. There is a critical application which we developed in-house which needs both portrait and landscape orientation in each of the 30,000 plus documents we are sending out every month.If developers in Business Objects are picking this thread up - we need a patch for this limitation - quick. Right now, we are toying with the possibility of exporting the documents into a text format with markers indicating if a page is portrait or landscape. This is to be loaded into a Xerox machine (which costs hundreds of thousands of dollars), where it is mapped automatically to portrait or landscape. Note to Business Objects: This will provide us and countless others with much value. Think 80/20 rule - most bang for your development bucks and value for your customers!

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