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Visual Basic 2005 Express Crystal Reports WinForms

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I am very new to Visual Baisc in general but I am trying to learn Crystal Reports.
I have gotten a few things on there but a couple of things are still escaping my grasp.

My question:

I have a Control File in an MS Access database that contains the companies information. One field containing the name, another containing the address and so on and so forth.

I would like in the Section 1 (Report Header) be able to display all the information.

For the life of me I have not been able to figure out how to do this. I pulled out the 3 fields all being name. But each time it runs it just returns the first row which is the name. How do I force the cycle through without putting it on different sections?

Ex Database Setup
id | Info | Name
1 | Wendys | CompanyName
2 | 342 Drive St | CompanyAddress
3 | City, State | CompanyLocation
4 | 31442 | CompanyZip

Ex Crystal report Setup
==============Section1 (Report Header)=========
[Name], [Name]

Ex Runtime
Wendys, Wendys

Please help or point me in the right direction. Also any tutorials you can point me to or videos. THANK YOU!
Dec 19 '07 #1
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Expert 100+
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I am very new to Visual Baisc in general but I am trying to learn Crystal Reports...
I am sorry you have not yet gotten an answer on this one. Still stay tuned, I am in the same boat as you as far as VB Express goes. Hope you find what you're looking for :-)

Dec 21 '07 #2

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P: 8,127
Report Header is not used to display the data. Drag the fields to Detail section of the report. Report header is used to display some static data like report name and company name etc.
Dec 21 '07 #3

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