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thread1462-1567557: page numbering with duplex printing

I have the same request/problem as mentioned in this post.

Duplex printing where a report has page breaks on a group.
Currently new groups can start on the back of a page.
Users need all groups start on the front of the page.
i.e insert a blank page if the starting page number for a group would be an even number.

So far it appears I cannot determine the state of page numbers at the group level?
Since the global page numbering is determined after everything else is in the report is rendered.
Page numbers are only available in the header/footer?
If I can't determine page numbers at the group level,
Any ideas how I can calculate when to add a blank page(s).

My only workaround at this point is to add an extra blank page at the end of the group.
So groups are separated by a blank page, no control over front or back.

Thanks in advance...

Bruce O

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