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Subreports in Columns

Subreports in Columns

Subreports in Columns

I have a report with 5 subreports, all stacked nicely in Group Headers. I've enabled columns in the main report, and formatted the subreports so they all fit within a single column. My problem is that I need to have the 4 smaller subreports in the left column, and the longer 5th subreport appear alongside them in the right column. Is this possible? They are in the main report like this:

GH1a Sub1
GH1b Sub2
GH1c Sub3
GH1d Sub4
GH1e Sub5

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

RE: Subreports in Columns

I've done that with many more sub reports. If you need anything to break in a specific place, it takes a lot of trial and error. Please tell us which versions you're using.

RE: Subreports in Columns

I found a solution through some searches. I inserted a new section below GH1d Sub4, and had it Print at Bottom of Page. That forced my last subreport (Sub5) over to the top of the right column.

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