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Bob asked on 19 Mar 2014, 10:21 PM
Hi there -

My boss suggested to our users to have our little Voucher report print the customers address on the back of the page.  Therefore when you fold the voucher, the address will appear in the envelope window.

So I created the report, that has several components (report header/footer, page header/footer and details.)  The report prints very nicely at this time.
The question I have is, how in the world do I get the address information to print on the other side?  Now the printer will have to be defaulted to duplex print, which isn't a problem.  Do I need to create a "second page" to print layout address information?

If you're thinking of an address book, I'm already having problems with that; no reports show up in the reportBook list...but that could be another topic of discussion later.  Right now, I'm looking how to add address information on the reverse side of the report.

To add more difficulty, if the details of the report goes beyond one page, I want to make sure I am printing the address information on the last page only.

Any help or direction is appreciated - quickly.

Thanks
Bob

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Nasko
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answered on 24 Mar 2014, 03:53 PM
Hello Bob,

Our suggestion is to create a new report containing the address information and then add both of the reports to a Report Book. For further information on how to use the report book you can check this forum thread.

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Nasko
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