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Remove 'draft' watremark sign from Creystal Report

Hello,

How can I remove (delete) the 'draft' watremark sign from the Crystal Report Layout of invoice?

My customer wants to use the traft as pro-forma invoce.

Thank you in advance,

Dana Yogev

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 02:01 PM

    I've never seen CR add "Draft" to a report.

    What version of CR? Who created the report? Do you see the same in a new report? Are you trying to remove the object at runtime or in the CR Designer?

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    • Hi Dana,

      Are you using B1? If so then please post to the B1 forum. CR 2008 is an OEM build for that version so it's something that package has done.

      You should be able to edit the report and delete the Water Mark, it will be in the section Expert or embedded as an OLE Object. If you can't edit it you'll have to create your own Invoice Report.

      Don

  • Posted on Sep 12, 2011 at 02:14 PM

    Also, moved to Report Design Forum. Not a .NET SDK issue.

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