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Columns in Reports

Columns in Reports

Columns in Reports

I am opening a Crystal report up from Visual Basic that I need to be printed in 2 columns. I can not find a way to create columns in Crystal (The second page starts on the top right half of the first page). The only way I can force this to occur is by going into File-Print-Properties of printer and set the "pages per sheet" to 4. The only problem with the is that every time I close the report, this printer option resets to 1. And, I can not find code to set this printer option in VB.

does anyone have any other suggestions?

RE: Columns in Reports

Have a look at VSVIEW from http://www.videosoft.com/

I have to say - I've never managed to get Crystal Reports to do anything that I asked it to. I'm sure it's a fine product - but I don't like it.


RE: Columns in Reports

I'll take a look at that. I have to agree with you on Crystal Reports. I find it very difficult to work with.

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