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Report is not counting total pages correctly when last page displays group info only.

Report is not counting total pages correctly when last page displays group info only.

Report is not counting total pages correctly when last page displays group info only.

(OP)
I have a report to print a sales order acknowledgement.

I am grouping by Sales Order ID...

In the group footer I show the sales order totals

In the footer I have a "Continued" text string to tell user there is a next page. The rule applied here is if current page is less than total pages, display "Continued".

Now, I have a 3 page report that is resetting to page 1 on the 3rd page.

That page is only displaying the totals, meaning the details show only on page 1 of page 2.

I also noticed that the "Continued" is not displaying on page 2. So this means Crystal is only counting a total of 2 pages.

How can I correct this, so that Crystal counts 3 pages even when only the group footer info shows on 3rd page?

RE: Report is not counting total pages correctly when last page displays group info only.

(OP)
Looks like I fixed it.

I had a Paging setting on the Group Footer to "reset page number after". I removed it and it looks okay now.

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