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  1. Hi, Thanks for your response. Yes, I had already thought to place the page number portion in the main report, but I wanted to confirm that there does not exist a workaround to place all content in the subreport. Thanks, Miguel Angel Marina
  2. Hi, The most of the Reports of my application have a common page footer. Therefore, I'm trying to generate a subreport that contains this content to be embedded in all reports. However, this common footer contains the pagination of the Report with the following format: Page X of Y where Y is the total number of pages of the Report. I have defined this subreport passing the pagination as parameter from the master Report, but I have not been able to display the total number of pages. I think that the problem is that when the total number of pages is evaluated in the master Report to be passed as parameter to the subreport, the master Report is not able to determine how many pages will have the report yet. I have already read some posts about this problem and it seems that is not possible to solve it, but I would like to know if someone has found a solution Thanks Miguel Angel Marina
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