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Scott McNeany asked on 28 Oct 2010, 02:51 AM
So everything I've read says that the HTML reports will be paged based on the 'PageSettings' fields. Can you elaborate on this? When I place my report in a ReportViewer on a web page, I always get 2 pages: 1 with all of the records, the other is blank with only a footer. 

It seems to me like there are two issues, but I cannot find any further documentation on the PageSettings for HTML output paging, and I also cannot figure out why that second page is printing. I've checked that the margins + padding + table width do not add up to more than the report width. Anything else to check for?

Your help is appreciated.

~Scott McNeany

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answered on 29 Oct 2010, 04:47 PM
Hi Scott McNeany,

The PageSettings make sense only for page oriented formats, which the HTML is not. It creates logical pages that can stretch down and right indefinitely in order to fit data instead of being paged horizontally and vertically like page oriented formats such as PDF.
Check the following KB article elaborating on possible reasons for blank pages:Problem: Telerik Reporting renders blank pages.

Sincerely yours,
Steve
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