Possibly. You can use conditional formatting to hide data and/or layout text:
Get ( RecordNumber ) ≠ Get ( FoundCount )
Get ( PageNumber ) ≠ $$NumbPages
The second option requires setting $$NumbPages in a script:
Enter Preview Mode
Sort [Restore ; no dialog ] //If you have sub summary parts
Go to Record/Request/Page [last]
Set Variable [$$NumbPages ; Get ( PageNumber ) ]
Use the above expressions to hide data or text by setting it's color to match the background or it's font size to 500.
My header won;t print at top of first page but prints on a second page.
There is also a Title Header and Title Footer. Those will print on the first page.
I am aware that are both a header and a footer that should print on first page. I have nothing in the footer but what I do have in the header prints on a second page instead of at the top on the first page
Do you have any explanation for this?
I am a bit confused about this header problem. Maybe at 92 I should be having better way to waste my time.
Like I said in my previous post, but maybe I wasn't clear, there are Header and Footer parts.
Those won't print on the first page.
There are also other parts that you can add to your layout.
Those parts are called: TITLE header and TITLE footer.
The Title Header and Title Footer will appear on the first page because that is the Title page.
Try adding those parts to your layout. If your header on the first page needs the same information as the header on the other pages then copy and paste the data from your Header part into your Title Header part.
I hope this makes it clearer for you.