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Space between page header and table header on multiple pages

eddy_declercq
Active Contributor
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Hi,

When we have a table which spans multiple pages (with tabel header repeat), the table stucks to the page header starting from the 2nd page. There is no problem on the first page since one can define where the table starts, but on the second page and further webi makes it own decision where to put the table which seems to be right after the page header.

It tried several CSS things with e.g. margins on both header and table, but that doesn't seems to be taken into account.

I was wondering:

- why the CSS doesn't seem to work here

- how to prevent sticking the table to the page header

Cheers

Eddy

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Former Member
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Eddy,

I feel your pain here. All you have to do is:

- (While in design mode), right-click on the Section

- Click Format Section

- Go to the Layout section

** --> Change the "Minimum Top Of Offset" from the default of 0.55 to: 0.00. If it doesn't take it, set it to 0.01.

- Click Apply and OK.

If it doesn't work, logoff. Refresh your browser and try again.

Page one will now be formatted the same as all subsequent pages.


Former Member

steps will resolve the problem.

1. create a blank cell  and place it below the header.

2. Checked repeat on every page property of the cell.

3. Make relative position for this cell to header 0.

4. Make relative position of the block/table to this cell as you want.

will display expected result.

Thanks

Uday Guin

dirk_peterson
Explorer
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This will only work if your report has a section defined. Many reports do not have sections.