Report Headers Mis-Matched from detail on report


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BrianDP

This is pretty straight forward - the data on the page starts out
correctly. page one, Section one, (A) (1) (** within sections, the
report has two other Group sorts within it, but breaks only on
sections. So, the first page is correct, because, well, we're at the
beginning and there hasn't been a chance for the data to diverge from
the header. It isn't until about page 5, after the report switches to
Section two, that the details of the header do not reflect what the
details of the records on that page.

Help! if anyone knows about this, I could really use your help.

-Brian
 
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B

BrianDP

This is pretty straight forward - the data on the page starts out
correctly.  page one, Section one, (A) (1)  (** within sections, the
report has two other Group sorts within it, but breaks only on
sections.  So, the first page is correct, because, well, we're at the
beginning and there hasn't been a chance for the data to diverge from
the header.  It isn't until about page 5, after the report switches to
Section two, that the details of the header do not reflect what the
details of the records on that page.

Help!  if anyone knows about this, I could really use your help.

-Brian

in addition to this, I've found that the "Repeat Section" property
will ALMOST get what I want, only problem is I get TWO headers when
the Section changes. i want it to "Repeat Section, but not the last
page with no data on it!!"

-Brian
 

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