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Jul 29, 2009 at 10:38 AM

Not enough space to print the last record on each page

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Hello,

My report looks like a simple list table, with the first row as the column header, followed by rows of records.

The fields are placed on the Detail section and they're set with "Can Grow" property. That means, records may have different row height, some may take 1 row per record, some may take 3 rows per record, depending on the data length. I use some vertical lines on the Detail section as the column seperators, and a horizontal line as the record seperator.

I've a Page Footer to show the page number and print date.

My problem is:

When the space of the last record on the current page isn't big enough, the record will be printed automatically on the second page, which is fine. But the vertical seperation lines are still displayed even though the details are printed on the second page. I got some "empty rows with vertical seperation lines" or I'd say an open-end table at the end of some pages then.

Is there a way to avoid this?

Your help is much appreciated. Thank you.

Agnes