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How to make two columns in a report?

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How can I continue the data other column of report?
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This is the output that I want to achieve. I want to extend the next data in right column of a report. I don't want to continue going down the data but instead use the space in the right to add a column.
Feb 4 '15 #1
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In page setup you'll find a tab for defining the columns you want on the report. You can choose to go across the page and then down, or down and then across.

Feb 4 '15 #2

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Thank you jimatqsi i will try that
Feb 5 '15 #3

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jimatqsi it works, but my another problem is the report header is affected by the column when i set it in two, i have a label in report header and it's in the center. how to avoid that the report header label is not affected by setting the column to two?
Feb 5 '15 #4

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For all of your headers, they will be adjusted to reflect Columns (except for the Page and Report Headers).

To fix the problem, you must adjust the location of your Group Headers to fit within the bounds of one columns and set the "RepeatSection" Property to Yes. Then, when you have a second column, the headers will appear above the second column.
Feb 5 '15 #5

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Thanks twinnyfo for your suggestion, but still it didn't work. What I did is, I made a subreport where I seperated my label in page header to page detail and it works perfectly. Thank you guys for all your suggestions.
Feb 6 '15 #6

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