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Problem inserting word document to crystal report

Problem inserting word document to crystal report

Problem inserting word document to crystal report

(OP)
I have a problem inserting word document to crystal report.
When i insert 1 page word document as an OLE Object, it doesnot fit in a single page in crystal report.
would appreciate any help
thank you.

RE: Problem inserting word document to crystal report

Copy it and paste it into a text box instead.

-LB

RE: Problem inserting word document to crystal report

(OP)
Thank you for your response. thats what I was trying now :)

thank you, once again

RE: Problem inserting word document to crystal report

(OP)
Still the same problem. It seems to be half a page, but if i increase the size a bit, it expands to two pages.

thank you,

RE: Problem inserting word document to crystal report

The text box should be stretched to accomodate the Word document. I don't think it can be dynamically sized.

-LB

RE: Problem inserting word document to crystal report

(OP)
the thing i was trying to fix was suppress the page header for the report footer section which i got in your other post.
anyways, thankyou for responding

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