I am using Table Wizard to display data. I am getting out the way I want but on every page break Table wizard draw an vertical line if it has more data in same table. Attached Image show my Problem (ProblemScreenshot).
Can anyone help?
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Based on the attached screen shot, left and right borders of the table are extended down to the bottom of the page. This behavior is by design, the lines show that the table is continuing on the next page.
If you want to remove those lines, set left and right borders of the Table item to none.
The border for the table can be visualized by the borders of the inner TextBox items instead. For example, test changing the styles of the left border of the first TextBox item in a row and the right border of the last TextBox item in a row.
I have similar problem. I have a table, which continues on next page. But I want to have table bottom border on each page. So I added footer section with top border. But my table is adding small margin between end of table and footer border. Example is shown in attached example. I also can't use textbox bottom border, because I want them to have only side borders.
Can you help me solve this problem?
Thank you very much
When a Table continues on the next page only the Table side borders will be continued until the bottom of the page. The inner borders are cell/TextBox borders and will not be continued. If you remove Table borders and rely only on cell/TextBox borders also the outer vertical borders will finish with the Table content and will not continue down to the footer. From the screenshot I suspect that this is the case.
Depending on the exact report layout there may be a workaround. For example, if you know a-priory how many rows will the Table generate on a single page, you may use Conditional Formatting or Bindings to set bottom borders only for cells/TextBoxes that are at the bottom of the page.