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Problem with report in Clarion5 after changing page size

Problem with report in Clarion5 after changing page size

Problem with report in Clarion5 after changing page size

(OP)
I am running Clarion 5 and after creating report procedure I've tried to set Page size as A4, after that detail section is not same width as other (footer, header...) and fields on screen look fine, but when I sent it on printer, it prints detail section from bottom to the top of the page and over header. I am NOT programmer so please, any help is welcome.

RE: Problem with report in Clarion5 after changing page size

Hi Zelja,
this might help you - if not, you are welcome to contact me

report REPORT,AT(15,41,180,235),PAPER(PAPER:A4),PRE,(RPT),MM
!AT(x=LeftMargin,y=TopReport,w=ReportWidth,h=ReportHeight)
!TopReport=(TopMargin+HeaderHeight)
!       41=20+21
!ReportWidth=A4Width-(LeftMargin+RightMargin)
!      180=210-(15+15)
!ReportHeight=A4Height-(TopMargin+HeaderHeight)
!      235=276-(20+21)
       HEADER,AT(15,20,180,21),USE(?Header)
!AT(x=LeftMargin,y=TopMargin,w=ReportWidth,h=HeaderHeight)
       END
detail DETAIL,AT(,,180,7),USE(?detail)
       END
       FOOTER,AT(15,276,180,5),USE(?Footer)
       END
     END

Kind regards
Karlo

meistertools@gmx.net

RE: Problem with report in Clarion5 after changing page size

Go into the report formatter and click on View. Chose Page Layout View and see if the different parts of the report are not overlapping.

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