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how do you return a specific # of rows in a report?

how do you return a specific # of rows in a report?

how do you return a specific # of rows in a report?

I have a report that must be printed on a pre-printed form.
The grouping is by supervisor and the detail(s) are the employees.
I need to have the report page break on a maximum number of records,
Per Supervisor.
           Page Break

RE: how do you return a specific # of rows in a report?

If you go into sorting and grouping on the report and make sure you display a footer for your supervisor group. When you right click to view the properties of that footer you can select to enter a page break after / before selection.
I suspect from your report that you want to choose after selection.

That should do it.


RE: how do you return a specific # of rows in a report?

thanks Eradic8or,
but that won't control the number of rows retuned
in the report.
I would need the control to pagebreak at first 20 records
and then at the supv name change
I have a supervisor(s) with:
Supv 1 @ 30 employees
 (would recieve 2 pages of 20 names, & 10 names)
Supv 2 @ 15 employees
 (would recieve 1 page of all 15 names)
Supv 3 @ 19 employees
 (would recieve 1 page of all 19 names)

RE: how do you return a specific # of rows in a report?

I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for x-) ......but if you make the supervisor heading an attribute of every page then adjust the bottom margin setting to miss the pre-printed form, when the report reaches the bottom margin level, it will automatically page break giving you a new page with the supervisor heading.
You could then add your supervior footer and force another page break after the selection.
It would take a bit of fiddling with margin settings but I have tried it and it works.


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