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Report Repeats Chart on Multiple Pages

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Anyone have an idea as to why an MS Graph chart would cause a report to
repeat for 27 pages? I have a report which consists of a few labels in the
header, and a single chart in the Detail section. The dimensions are:

Report: 8.5x11 (portrait)
Margins: 0.5 all around
Report Header height: 1.04
Report Detail height: 8.71
Report width: 7.00
Chart object: 7.00 x 8.71

As you can see, neither the overall height or width exceed the report area.
Plus, I get no warning message of it being too wide or anything.

Yet the report repeats the chart for 27 pages, with all pages being an
identical copy of the chart (and only the first page having the report
header).

Any ideas as to what's going on?

Thanks!

Neil
Nov 19 '08 #1
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Anyone have an idea as to why an MS Graph chart would cause a report to
repeat for 27 pages? I have a report which consists of a few labels in the
header, and a single chart in the Detail section. The dimensions are:

Report: 8.5x11 (portrait)
Margins: 0.5 all around
Report Header height: 1.04
Report Detail height: 8.71
Report width: 7.00
Chart object: 7.00 x 8.71

As you can see, neither the overall height or width exceed the report
area. Plus, I get no warning message of it being too wide or anything.

Yet the report repeats the chart for 27 pages, with all pages being an
identical copy of the chart (and only the first page having the report
header).

Any ideas as to what's going on?

Thanks!

Neil


Nov 19 '08 #2

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