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Crystal Reports Viewer 2011 - where is it


Page 384 of the Crystal Reports 2011 user guide states that there is a viewer for Crystal Reports v2011. I've searched this forum and the regular web site, but can't find it. I looked for it on the download page, but didn't see it

I did find a link for the viewer for cr2008, but not the viewer for the 2011 version.

I'm hoping that somone can give me the link for the 2011 version.

Thank you



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  • Posted on Aug 08, 2011 at 12:42 AM

    Hi Again Tracy,

    Again I'll have to ask the PM's what the line up is for CRV 2011.

    Remember, BOE 4.0 is still in it's ramp up stage so not all parts are available or released to the public at this time....

    Thanks again


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    • Former Member Don Williams

      Hi Don,

      I agree with you. The viewer should be released, even if its a beta uh...... ramp up product, by itself.

      Okay, I see that I need to send a letter to the CEO demanding that you be promoted to CIO or at the very least that a new position be created called CIO of Crystal Reports and Dashboard Design development and production. Does that work for you?

      Ok, at least I know that I found the right files, just that they were updated yet.

      LOL "to files being updated - soon".

      Ok, I will check the home page for updates, but I think we have different homes pages. Things you've told me were there, I never saw, but it's okay, 'cause you are here holding the forums down and I really appreciate all of your work.


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