Re: Dealing with missing headers on mult-pages pages
- From: "Allen Browne" <AllenBrowne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 10:21:14 +0800
Another option that might be less than obvious is to put the group header
field into the Sorting and Grouping dialog twice (i.e. on 2 rows.)
Set the Repeat Section property of one of those to Yes. You can put the
headings you want on a new page there, but leave the headings you only want
for a new group in the other one. By swapping the order of those two in the
Sorting 'n' Grouping box, you can affect which one shows first.
Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia.
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"jonefer" <jonefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I know that there is a page header property that allows you to only show
page header "Not with Report Header"
A common way to deal with this is to have the field headers with the 'page
BUT - if the field headers go AFTER a group, like 'Department' that
each set of detail records, it would be nice to have the field headers -
AFTER the page header.
I'm trying to find an event or a method that will let me simulate that
effect with the page header (don't appear field headers are there):
What I would like to do is have some 'overflow' header labels that only
up if the records overflow into the next page. -
In most normal cases, these 'overflow' header labels will not be visible
because the regular header labels that only appear at the top of a short
would need to show.
I'm certain this is not a unique problem - and maybe someone has dealt
this before. The reason I would like this 'Overflow' header to be
is because I have the regular header seamlessly attached to the detail
portion, and whenever the detail portion 'overflows' ---there's no headers
the next page.
Any suggestions would be truly appreciated...Thanks!
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