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ActiveReports Cover Page Confusion

ActiveReports Cover Page Confusion

ActiveReports Cover Page Confusion

Hello everyone!

This is my first time really dealing with ActiveReports.  I just downloaded it yesterday and I wrote up a small application.

The application allows a user to select a country or countries from a listbox and then they can generate a report based on the selected countries (based on the Nwind.mdb).  The report will report on the Company Name, City, and Country.

My question is in concerns with the report that is generated.  I wanted to add a cover page to my report and I have been following the walkthrough here:


But when I generate my report for some reason or other the report viewer looks at page 2/13 instead of 1/13.

Here is a picture of what I mean:


Would anyone know why this is doing this?  I thought it may be a property of the viewer itself but it doesn't appear to be.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks in advance.


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