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Grigore Dolghin
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Grigore Dolghin asked on 30 Jan 2011, 04:48 AM
Hi all

I have a report that contains several textboxes in detail band. They don't fit on a single row so I've created a second and a third row of textboxes. The entire detail section looks like a table, but it's not, because the textboxes have different widths.

Some of the values overflow, so the corresponding textboxes increase their height to accomodate the text. In this case they overlap over the textboxes beneath them. I cant' dock/anchor the textobxes because they still don't show correctly and I am kind of stuck. What I actually need is "dock top margin to the bottom margin of the control above; if that one grows, you move down, and also ALL the texboxes next to you"

I am attaching a screenshot. in the red rectangle there's a row of textboxes, which I need to be the same height. The second one is taller, but I need the one in the left and the two in the right to have the same height.

Also, if any of the textboxes above increases it's height, I need ALL the textboxes to move down to avoid overlap.

Is this possible?

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answered on 01 Feb 2011, 05:52 PM
Hi Grigore Dolghin,

You can achieve the described layout with our Table item. In order to create a multi-row table you have to:
right click a table detail row and from the context menu choose Insert Row->Inside Group - Above/Below.

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Peter
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