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Hide Field Labels

(OP)
Is there a way to not have Field Labels in a columnar report? I'm creating a report to save to a csv file and then import into our ERP software and our ERP import program doesn't want Field Labels in the file. In Crystal, you can just delete the heading and the field stays on the report--if I delete the Field Label in ReportSmith, it deletes the field as well.
Thanks
RR

RE: Hide Field Labels

Goto the Insert Menu
Select Field Labels
Uncheck both boxes

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RE: Hide Field Labels

(OP)
Charles,
Thanks for your quick response. This does look like it does what I want when in ReportSmith, however when I save the report as a CSV file the headings are back again. Any other suggestions?

Thanks

RE: Hide Field Labels

Turn the Headings back on.

Get into Field Edit mode (Look in Help for a pic of the button).

Click one time on a heading and hit the Delete key.  Do this for each heading.

Get out of Field Edit mode.

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