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31-03-2009

Hi,



I want to use a subform as an overflow leader. The structure of my form looks like the following :



sub_header (positioned)

sub_header1 (flowed)

sub_header2 (flowed)

sub_body (flowed)

table_measurements



When the sub_body subform overflows to another page I want to insert sub_header as an overflow leader so that it is inserted on each page. I cannot put it on the master page because the header also contains flowed layout and thus it can grow.



I read the instructions in the help to create an overflow leader. The content of sub_header is positioned and I selected "repeat subform for each data item" in the binding tab. In the pagination tab of sub_body I selected the second master page as overflow and the sub_header as overflow leader. When I preview my form the header is not displayed on the second page and subsequent pages. What am I doing wrong?

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01-04-2009

These are always easier when you can see what you are trying to do. Can you send the form to livecycle8@gmail.com and I will have a look.