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How to print the last page of a Crystal Report twice.

Oct 26, 2016 at 04:02 PM

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Hello,

I need to print the last page of a CR twice. Please see the image.


Any help would greatly be appreciated.

Bill

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Brian Dong Oct 26, 2016 at 06:10 PM
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Hi Bill,

If your report is as simple as your image, you can copy the contents of GF1F into the Report Footer. Make sure you format the Report Footer to Print New Page Before. This way you should get two pages.

If your report is more complicated then we will have to come up with a more complicated solution.

Good luck,

Brian

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Brian Dong Oct 27, 2016 at 06:10 PM
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Hi Bill,

Depending on what objects you are duplicating, it can be slower. Objects like subreports would have to run again. Formulas or fields shouldn't add too much overhead.

There are a couple of other ways to do something like this. One way is if you are using a stored procedure, have your procedure a summary and that could go into the Report Footer.

Trying to duplicate a record is not something Crystal does very well and we found the best way is to have that duplicate returned from the query instead of having the report do it. A common example of doing something like this is with receipts and you want a customer's copy and office copy. Crystal can't duplicate records so I've had to duplicate the query in a Union so I can get the same record twice into the report.

Thanks,

Brian

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Bill Johnson Oct 27, 2016 at 05:39 PM
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Hi Brian,

Thanks for your help. It works fine. Are there other options to accomplish this? It seems to me the run time is slower when executing a duplicate content.

Thanks,
Bill

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Bill Johnson Oct 28, 2016 at 12:46 PM
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Hi Brian,

Thanks for your explanation. That helps me a lot.

Bill

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