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how to print a blank page at grop breaks

hi all, I need to print a blank page when the outmost group changes. The report is formatted with multiple columns and between the columns there are lines. I tried creating two pageHeder (one with the blank page and one with the real header) with suppress formula on each one depending on the changes of the key.

It faild becouse for some reason the innermost group ..... actually its a bit complicated to explain but i think that it is not this the correct way to print a blank page at gropBreak.

is there a way to do it. thank you all

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    Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 06:28 PM

    Hi VD,

    You may refer the following link as well and follow the steps as per your requirement

    http://scn.sap.com/community/crystal-reports/blog/2012/07/26/experimenting-with-section-expert

    - Shahnawaz

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    Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 06:05 PM

    Hi VD,

    You can try the following steps

    1. Report menu >> Section Expert >> click on Details section

    2. Paging tab >> select Landscape Radio button

    3. Select the outermost group apply same settings for paging

    4. Select the innermost group apply same settings for paging

    5. click ok

    The above setting would insert blank page after each inermost group that is before the outer most group changes. However the first page will be blank and the size of pages will change. i.e. every alternate page will be landscape or default

    - Shahnawaz

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