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Inserting a PDF document into a form

How do you insert a pdf document at the end of a form ?

I am trying to print a Terms and Conditions document after a Purchase Order form, so have inserted a subreport into an additional Group Footer, but the PO totals print in the middle of the page. If I insert the subreport into the Page Footer, it does not print the pdf document (only a small portion). I have selected the option to Print at bottom of page.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 03:31 PM

    found this posted in another thread.

    Re: How to embed the Word Document and PDF file into Crystal report?

    Posted: Dec 23, 2008 9:07 AM in response to: James Terry E-mail this message Reply


    Perform the following steps to import a Microsoft Word document (*.doc) into a report using Crystal Reports:

    1) Create a new Crystal report.

    2) From the Insert menu, click OLE object.

    3) Select Create from file.

    4) Click Browse and open the file to use (in this case the Word document).

    5) Place the OLE object in the section where you would like to see it.

    You can only place the OLE Object in one section. You may need to create a Word document for each section. For instance, you can create a word document to use as OLE object in the Report Header section, and another one to place in the Page Header.


    Girish Bhosale

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      Thanks for responding Sharon.

      I can insert the document into the Group Footer after the PO Totals, but then the totals print in the middle of the page instead of at the bottom of the page, even though I selected the options in Section Expert to Print at Bottom of Page and Print New Page Before.

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