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Keep together gropus across columns

Hello! I'm creating a lot of reports with Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2010, and I'm unable to keep togheter groups across columns. This funcionality only works across pages.

I've benn searching a lot in this forum and others and it appears that it's impossible to do this. And it also appears that the problem has been there for many years and still no solutions for this issue.

This is a huge weakness for Crystal Reports, because displaying details in colums is very useful for many reasons, so I want to know if anyone has found any kind of solution for this and if there will be a solution soon.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 04:49 PM

    I do not have a solution, but I wanted to say that if no one has a solution, you should post this in the [CR Ideas Forum|https://ideas.sap.com/community/products_and_solutions/crystalreports]

    Debi

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    • hi Gustaav,

      questions:

      1) are you referring to a Multi-Column report where you want to force the new group to start in a new column?

      2) if a group is longer than one column do you want it to start on a new column as well?

      3) if a group is longer than one column, do you want to have the group header repeated on the 2nd, 3rd... columns?

      jw

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