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How do I transform CR 7 report from lanscape to portrait?

How do I transform CR 7 report from lanscape to portrait?

How do I transform CR 7 report from lanscape to portrait?

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I would like to take existing CR 7 reports that were created as a landscape page format and transform them into a portrait page format.  I have not found a way to do this, other than to copy the report to a new portait report.  Is there a more direct method?

Thank you,
Suzy

RE: How do I transform CR 7 report from lanscape to portrait?

As far as I know from reporting perspective, seems answer is no, which also get confirmed by Crystal Tech Support. The only exception is update your printer's driver, I have seen my landscape report display as portrait report with shrinking to smaller font after print, which I don't consider as a solution.

Ted

RE: How do I transform CR 7 report from lanscape to portrait?

Resetting it to Portrait mode will then require that you reformat the report (File->Printer Setup->Porttrait).

If you formatted the original as 11 inches wide, and switch to 8.5 inches wide, you should expect that you need to resize/redesign to some extent.

-k

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