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Report - Extra blank page problem.

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The record has 56 fields but the whole record can be fitted on to one page
in a report, with room to spare. My problem is that the report is producing
a second blank page and I can't seem to prevent it. I tried putting a page
break at the end of the report but the second page is still being produced.
So what I am looking for is a way of cutting off that second blank page.

Any help would be appreciated.

Bill.

William Bradley
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Nov 13 '05 #1
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Check what the width of the report is. The width plus the margins must not
exceed the width of the paper, or you'll find you get a superfluous page
after each legitimate page.

If you can't decrease the width, you may find that you've got some control
whose right edge is protruding too far. It's common to have lines do this,
and it's difficult to detect if they're right up against a section
definition.

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The record has 56 fields but the whole record can be fitted on to one page
in a report, with room to spare. My problem is that the report is producing a second blank page and I can't seem to prevent it. I tried putting a page
break at the end of the report but the second page is still being produced. So what I am looking for is a way of cutting off that second blank page.

Any help would be appreciated.

Bill.

William Bradley
Come visit us at:
http://www.catholicmissionleaflets.org
Free Rosaries available at the above.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Douglas J. Steele wrote:

Thank you Douglas, I will check on what you suggested.

Bill.
Check what the width of the report is. The width plus the margins must not
exceed the width of the paper, or you'll find you get a superfluous page
after each legitimate page.

If you can't decrease the width, you may find that you've got some control
whose right edge is protruding too far. It's common to have lines do this,
and it's difficult to detect if they're right up against a section
definition.


--
William Bradley
Come visit us at:
http://www.catholicmissionleaflets.org
Free Rosaries available at the above.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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