I am creating a billing report that will consist of 2 pages. Will I need to set flags to have multiple pages? I have seen the example on microsoft support but it consists of subreports. I was looking to stay away from subreports if possible.
Maybe I am missing something from your question but you can insert a page break to get your 2nd page.
I think I kind of was fague with the question. In the 1st page.
I have PaitentID Header/Footer and Details that I am using.
In the Patient Header I have patient info, Name, address, etc.
In the Details- Insurance info. so a patient my sometimes have 1 or more insurances.
In the Patient Footer - Just signature line and release of medical records legal stuff, which is at the bottom of the 1st page.
The problem I am running into is, How do I prevent the info in the Patient footer running into the 2nd page? When I have 2 or more insurances the footer runs to next page. There is plenty of white space between details and footer.