I have a problem when I'm printing a report that it's the result of two merged report (the first report has the landscape property set to false and the second has the landscape property set to true) (See this link as example:http://www.devexpress.com/Support/Center/p/Q342126.aspx). When the preview of the report is shown the first report is not in landscape and the second one is (as expected), but when I click the print button to print the document, the final result is that the second report is not in landscape, and so it cuts it's content. What should I do to solve this issue?
What I meant was that when the report is printed all the pages of the report are Vertical (not as expected). When the report preview is shown the report is allright, as the first page isnot in landscape and the others are (Page1-Vertical: http://www.screencast.com/t/g2zFANUGMJ2 Page2-Landscape: http://www.screencast.com/t/O991zzqym9gn). Also when the report is exported to PDF it is also OK, but when I click on the "Print" button and the report is fisically printed it turns out like this: http://www.screencast.com/t/v684OkrlV. How can I resolve this?
First of all thank's for the reply on such short notice.
Unfortunely your last sugestion is not an option. I've also detected another issue when the report is exported to PDF. One of the columns is ok on the report preview (Example: http://www.screencast.com/t/TJyAO1oRh) as the text is splited across the cell (CanExpand=False and WordWrap=true), but when the report is exported to PDF that same text shows up like this: (http://www.screencast.com/t/xqv7NtVxg).
Thank you for your feedback. This problem does not directly relate to the initial one. So, I have created a separate report for it: Report is exported to PDF incorrectly.
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