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Lucky number 7

Lucky number 7

Lucky number 7

I have a Crystal report that prints Bill of ladings (BOL) from our accounting system. I can only print 7 items on the BOL. So after 7 lines, I force it to start a new page. Works perfectly for less than 7 lines and 8 or more. However when there is exactly 7 lines it prints a blank second page with the only the page footer showing the BOL totals. Any suggestions on how to fix this issue?

RE: Lucky number 7

Not sure. Sounds like either you are forcing a new page somewhere or you have a group together on a section, object, or group (which could cause a blank page in some cases).

RE: Lucky number 7

Please show the formula you are using to force the page break.


RE: Lucky number 7

Try adding
Not onlastrecord and
.... your existing condition

to your new page formula

RE: Lucky number 7

Thanks to IanWaterman - that fixed the issue

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