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Justin LaBenne
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Justin LaBenne asked on 02 Dec 2009, 03:25 PM
Sorry, could not think of a proper title for this question: I have a customer requirement for an invoice which I have designed and working perfectly. The trouble I am having is that they want a "Terms and Conditions" page to be printed on the back of the invoice (duplex printing) and I am struggling with how and where to add this into the report so it always prints on a seperate page.

The invoice will always be page 1 and will 100% of the time be only 1 page.

I have only recently purchased the report control so I am hoping it is just my newbie brain not knowing how to get this done.

Thank you for your assistance.

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Justin LaBenne
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answered on 03 Dec 2009, 01:16 PM
Something tells me this is probably easier than I am making it but does anyone have an expample of how to do this?
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Chris Gillies
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answered on 03 Dec 2009, 02:18 PM
When you say, "on the back of the invoice", you mean that this info should be printed on the back face of the page containing the invoice, correct? If so, then I do not see how this can be done through the software directly, as it sound to me this is printer functionality i.e. when you have 2 pages report, you should be able to tell the printer from the print settings to print the second one on the back.
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Justin LaBenne
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answered on 03 Dec 2009, 02:39 PM
Thanks for your reply, correct, the printer does have duplex functionality but my concern is how to force the "terms and conditions" page to be on "Page2" of the report? The invoice will always be Page1 but what and where do I add the "terms and conditions" into the report to essentially force it to be on Page2? I just cant get it to do what I want, is this a Page break or something thereabouts?

Sorry, this is confusing for me to try to explain, I appreciate the help.
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answered on 03 Dec 2009, 03:46 PM
Hello Justin LaBenne,

Placing the "terms and conditions" data into a Report Footer section (see Understanding Report Sections) with PageBreak="Before" would ensure that this info would always be on page 2 of the report.

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Steve
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Justin LaBenne
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answered on 03 Dec 2009, 06:12 PM
Thanks, that worked.
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answered on 08 Apr 2014, 03:16 PM
I know this is an old post, but I am having problems with the PageFooterSection appearing on the back side of the page.
The odd thing is that the print preview the report looks just fine.  However when I print the report, I get the page footer section printing on the back.

Any ideas as to how to fix this?

I am only looking to print the address information on the back of the page which is formatted in the Report Footer section with PageBreak set to Before.  I tried setting KeepTogether to True and False with no change.

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks
Bob

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answered on 11 Apr 2014, 01:53 PM
Hello Bob,

Given the provided information and the fact that in Print Preview the report looks just fine, this may be due to some printer specific settings on your end. Please check your printer settings.
Note that we weren't able to reproduce such issue locally, so it will be greatly appreciated if you open a support ticket where you can zip and attach a sample report demonstrating the issue.

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