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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 15, 2001

Track Changes to your Crystal Reports


Since Crystal Reports files are stored in a binary format, it's impossible to accurately track (using SourceSafe, for example) the changes you and your colleagues make.

To help remedy this situation a little, create an unconditionally suppressed Report Header section and place in it a large TextBox of Courier New font. Now can type your change history comments as you do them in VB.
Jason Ingram
 
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