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Supressing the Page Selection dialog exporting from the CR Control OCX

Supressing the Page Selection dialog exporting from the CR Control OCX

Supressing the Page Selection dialog exporting from the CR Control OCX

(OP)
I'm trying to automate the file export of a large number of small reports in a VB6 program.  I can loop through my records and do the exports from within the program OK but each one displays a Page Selection dialog that requires a user to stand around hitting the [Enter] key.  Is there any way to supress this so the reports just export one after the other without interruption?  I'm using the old Crystal Reports control (OCX).  Here's my code:

With Report1
.ReportFileName = App.Path & "\Letter7.rpt"
.ParameterFields(0) = "Letter Date;" & strReportDate _
          & ";TRUE"
.Destination = crptToFile
.PrintFileType = crptRTF
.PrintFileName = App.Path & "\" & strAccount & ".rtf"
.PrinterStopPage = 0
.Action = 1
End With

RE: Supressing the Page Selection dialog exporting from the CR Control OCX

(OP)
I contacted CrystalCare and the short answer is that you can't suppress this with the OCX, you have to use the RDC.

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