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Adjusting layout of report in report writing for Microsoft Great Plains

Adjusting layout of report in report writing for Microsoft Great Plains

Adjusting layout of report in report writing for Microsoft Great Plains

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I found report writer and I am having some trouble. Please see the attachments. I have posted a picture of the layout and a picture of the example that was printed. The vendor name and vendor ID are printing superimposed over other text. The vendor ID and name are in the header. I need to move them up about a third of an inch. If I try to do this in the layout of report writer, then the name and ID completely disappear from the print.

How can I move these up without removing them from the layout?

Thanks,

Justin

RE: Adjusting layout of report in report writing for Microsoft Great Plains

Hard to tell from the pictures what you're doing. But have you tried increasing the size of the section that's getting over written? you do this by pulling the PH or B tabs up or down. Also make sure what section yoo're working on. Page header is different than report header.

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