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    OK, I am sure I did this once but cannot remember how.

    I have a report with Group Sections.
    The Column Heading Labels for the Detail section are in The Group Section,
    so they print at the start of each section.

    The Page header is NOT Visible by default
    but contains the same headings.

    If the group section exceeds a page of printing, I want to
    make the PageHeader visible, so that the Headings are on the top of the page
    for the continuation of that section.

    BUT
    When the whole group is on a page I do not need them to print, just for continuation pages.

    OK, I could just put them in the page header only, but this means a different report layout which is NOT what is required.

    Thought I might be able to do it using either the FormatCount property in the Format Event,
    OR maybe the OnRetreat property to change the visible property of the PageHeader.

    Sadly no joy on this, so now seeking assistance (again)
    Andrew

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    Why don't you set the Repeat Section property of the group header to Yes? It will then automatically be displayed at the top of the continuation pages if a group runs to more than one page.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='798109' date='15-Oct-2009 13:56']Why don't you set the Repeat Section property of the group header to Yes? It will then automatically be displayed at the top of the continuation pages if a group runs to more than one page.[/quote]

    Yes thanks Hans.

    I was just about to reply to my own posting and say No worries I should be using that property.

    Just after I posted it suddenly came back to me.

    I was having a Homer Moment! DOH!
    Andrew

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