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Resource layout painter & Parameters - Urgent Help

Resource layout painter & Parameters - Urgent Help

Resource layout painter & Parameters - Urgent Help

I created a report (in dev studio) which requires a parameter value to run.
I inserted that report in a new procedure in "Resource Layout Painter". The resource layout painter automatically detects that the report that is inserted needs a parameter to run. So, it created a textbox with 'Submit' and 'reset' buttons. Until now working prefect !
But, when I delete the textbox and the other two buttons and close the "resource laout painter" and open it again, they are generated again !!!!
I don't want "Resource layout painter" to place those things for me. I want to run that project through another page where I can directly pass the values.
Can someone tell me how I can make "Resource layout painter" not to create the textbox and other controls automatically for me. I am kind of new to WF.

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