EXPORT CRYSTAL REPORT WITH SUBREPORT TO PDF

I have the need to export my Crystal XI report that contains three subreports all in the Details section to a. I need all the info in the Details section to be on one line once it is in Excel just like it would be if I viewed it in Crystal Reports. If I understand you correctly, you have a subreport that returns some piece of data on the same line as other data in your main report. Is that correct? In the main report, set the location of the top of the subreport to be the same as other data on the line.

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Symptom Subreport appears in a different rows. However, when the report is exported to Microsoft Excel Data only format from Crystal Reports, the subreport appears on its own line and is out of alignment. Why does this behavior occur, and how do you work around it? In Crystal Reports, create a report off any data source. Add a subreport to the report, and insert it in one column of the report. When opening the exported report in MS Excel, notice the subreport displays the information on a different row, instead of displaying on the column in which it was added.

By design, when exporting to MS Excel Data-Only format, a subreport will always export in a different row. For optimal results, ensure that the design of the report resembles a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet as much as possible before the export is performed. If you use the Data Only method, you can bring the fields from the main report into the subreport as shared variables.

Any field brought into the subreport in this fashion will now appear on the same line as the rest of the subreport data. Note that the subreport will still require its own line with any objects not brought into it.

For all the fields you select, make sure the option for select data in subreport based on field is clear. All of the fields you added in step 2 will now appear under Parameter Fields. Select these and place them in the report. Run the report. The report should now look the same.

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Symptom Subreport appears in a different rows. However, when the report is exported to Microsoft Excel Data only format from Crystal Reports, the subreport appears on its own line and is out of alignment. Why does this behavior occur, and how do you work around it? In Crystal Reports, create a report off any data source. Add a subreport to the report, and insert it in one column of the report. When opening the exported report in MS Excel, notice the subreport displays the information on a different row, instead of displaying on the column in which it was added.

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Best practices for creating a Crystal Report for export into Excel. Search Knowledgebase. Crystal Report is notoriously difficult with preserving the exact format into Excel, especially for complex reports with multiple subreports and suppressed sections. However, there are a few standard best practices for designing the Crystal Report in order to reproduce a closer copy of the report format. Unmark Free Form Placement on all report sections to improve the export to Excel.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. I am having a small problem with formatting on a Crystal Report that I am hoping that you may be able to help me with. Essentially, I have a Crystal Report that consists of three sub-reports.

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