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I am trying to print each report on just a single page but have no idea as to how should I proceed. Let me explain:-

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As seen from the report, Allan and Danny is now appearing in a single page but my requirement is only for one individual to appear in a page (i.e. Allan in 1 page and Danny in the other).

I am attaching the Design page for your vieiwing.

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Thank you for your assistance.

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+1 for clear question. However, you may need to show your actual query (the SQL would be great). I would imagine you're missing a where clause (eg, where personName = 'xxxxx') – Dave Aug 30 '12 at 8:08
  1. Go into the properties of your Name Footer.
  2. Navigate to the Format tab.
  3. Find the option called Force New Page.
  4. Change the value from None to After Section.
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Hi! Daniel, thank you very much for your help. It works. May I know how do I set the header to appear on every page? – Chris Aug 31 '12 at 0:35
The report header only shows once on the first page. The page header will show on every page. The same analysis can be done with the footers. – wbeard52 Oct 22 '15 at 2:08

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