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Page footer prints while full-page Report footer is printing

My report has a page footer to be printed at the bottom of each page, and a full-page report footer to be printed at the end of the report. All works OK except that the page footer prints while the report footer is printing, causing unwanted and confusing text on the report footer page and continuation of the report footer to the next page. Using conditional suppression of the page footer has no effect.

I'm using Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2008.

Edited by: John Schmidt on Dec 19, 2008 6:05 PM

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 05:56 PM

    Hi John,

    If you go to the section expert, select the page footer section then click the Conditional Formula button (X+2) beside the Suppress (No Drill-Down) option you can enter in the following formula which will hide the section on the last page:

    PageNumber = TotalPageCount

    Kind Regards,

    Trevor Dubinsky,

    Senior Technical Engineer

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    • Hi John,

      The bundled version of Crystal in Visual Studio 2008 is based on version 10 of our software. This may indeed be the way that version functions. Crystal Reports 2008 full (Version 12) does not have this behaviour. Testing internally CR 2008 does not leave space for the suppressed footer.

      Trevor

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