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    StacyS is offline Novice
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    Blank Space with Sub-Report on Main Report

    I have a sub-report inside a Main Report. The sub-report can have anywhere from 1 line to 10 lines, and it seems that for every line the sub-report has, it is adding a blank line on the Main Report after each record. I have tried many settings, can-shrink, can-grow, I've decreased as much space as possible, but I cannot get rid of the blank space. It is very strange because it is clearly tied to the number of rows in the sub-report, but I can't figure out how it would be creating extra rows in the Main report. Attached is a screen shot so you can see what I'm talking about. Any ideas??
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    GinaWhipp is offline Competent Performer
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    Hmm, what is the recordsource of the main report and the subrepport. If they are sharing the same recordource then yes,it is adding a record to your main report because it exists in the recordsource. So, if this is the case, I would make one query for the main report and another for the subreport and link them on the appropriate field.
    Gina Whipp
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