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Subject: RE: Multicolumn report
Thread ID: 21831 Message ID: 21855 # Views: 17 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: Reports and Printers
Date: Thursday, April 03, 2003 5:16:37 AM         
   


Hi Roman,

A work around for your problem is create a cursor for report with at least 2 fields (outName1, outName2, otherField, .....), then in your report, you put 2 fields object on your details band; one for cursor.outName1 and the other for cursor.outName2. Of course, you have to do a little process to arrange the Output Name from your original table to this temp. cursor. It inserts the name field of every TWO records from your original table to ONE record to your temp. cursor. By this way you can define as many output name fields on detail band as you wish. It all depends on the number of fields in the temp. cursor.

Hope this help.

Ellick

> It shrank all group headers. I need only detail band to be 2-column.
>
> > Open report to modify, go to File-->Page Setup, and set columns from there.
> >
> > > Suppose I have a report listing names like this:
> > > -Start of page 1-
> > > NameAA
> > > NameAB
> > > ...
> > > NameAZ
> > > -End of page 1-
> > > -Start of page 2-
> > > NameBA
> > > NameBB
> > > ...
> > > NameBZ
> > > -End of page 2-
> > >
> > > It waistes a lot of paper so I want to turn it to 2-column report like this:
> > > -Start of page 1-
> > > NameAA NameBA
> > > NameAB NameBB
> > > ... ...
> > > NameAZ NameBZ
> > > -End of page 1-
> > > -Start of page 2-
> > > NameCA NameDA
> > > NameCB NameDB
> > > ... ...
> > > NameCZ NameDZ
> > > -End of page 2-
> > >
> > > Roman Yedokov
> > > MFP
>
>
> Roman Yedokov
> MFP


COMPLETE THREAD

Multicolumn report Posted by Roman Yedokov @ 4/2/2003 6:12:48 PM
RE: Multicolumn report Posted by Yuri Rubinov @ 4/2/2003 6:16:47 PM
RE: Multicolumn report Posted by Roman Yedokov @ 4/2/2003 6:47:39 PM
RE: Multicolumn report Posted by Ellick Yeung @ 4/3/2003 5:16:37 AM