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Last Page on Grouped report

Last Page on Grouped report

Hi there,

I have been asked to write a Statement of account for customers. This will be one report but will have multiple customers in it - grouped by customer. This report will then go off to a mailing house to be printed and sent out (we have about 6000 customers)


The issue I have is how to show the mailing house how many pages each statement is.

So if 1 page of 1 then I show XXXX
If 1 page of 2 then show XXX1 then page 2 shows XXXX

and so on -

Anyone else done this.

Many thanks

RE: Last Page on Grouped report

Didn't follow your XXXX example.

Are you using Page N of M? You would then go into the section expert->paging tab->check "reset page number after". Assume you have already set new page after on the group footer.


RE: Last Page on Grouped report

your right I could certainly use that - issue is they will need to know what is the actual end page of a Customer. However it may be worth me asking them if Page 3 of 3 etc

Many thanks

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