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A Report divide in two or tree parts.

A Report divide in two or tree parts.

A Report divide in two or tree parts.

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In need to print a report in the folowing format:

Id Value Stat  Id Value Stat  Id Value Stat
1  Juan  15    4  Gena  15    7  Jose  45  
2  Carl  25    5  Elen  25    8  Jrte  15
3  John  35    6  Juro  34    9  Migi  29

Look thats is tree columns in the same section details of the report.

Thanks




RE: A Report divide in two or tree parts.

Open your report in design view then...
Click "File" menu "Page Setup"
At the top of the dilaog is a TAB called "Columns"
click it and you can specify columns how ever you like.

But keep in mind that your report width in design view cannot be wider that one column.

So if your page is 8-1/2 wide then the design view of your report Width can only be 2-3" wide.


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