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Language: PowerBuilder
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 20, 1997

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Datawindow Printing

Question:
How can I print two DataWindows on to one page? Do you have to use a composite DataWindow? Or is there a way to do it with two separate DataWindows?

Answer:
There are two ways to print two DataWindows on the same page. Which solution to use depends on the type of data you are trying to print.

If you are printing related data where the second report is based on a data value in the first report, it'd be best to use a nested report. If the reports have nothing to do with each other, you need to create a composite report and include the two other reports.

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