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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Professional Reporting by Steven Renders

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A fixed number of rows

This section describes a trick that you can apply when you need a table to always have the same number of rows, on every page. Normally, when you use a table and the information is printed over multiple pages, then, on the last page, the table stops when it runs out of data. You can avoid that with this trick, and position another element below the table, at the bottom of the page.

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An example of this report is available in the object: Packt - CH06-6

In this example, I will start with the following dataset:

A fixed number of rows

There's a customer data item to fetch records from the corresponding table, an integer data item to add one record to ...

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