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QuestionVB.NET ReportViewer too many Page Breaks rendered PinmemberSantLou4017-Jan-13 3:39 
Hi All,
 
I developed my app using VS 2012.
 
I designed my report using the Report Viewer control. The data on my report is not tabular. It is a fixed-field form that spans several pages. I set the data source to a collection of an object that I developed and all the data for the report comes from my collection (which will always only have one item in it).
 
The report seems to be working fine, I setup a header and footer. When my code refreshes the report, my data is displayed nicely on the report as i designed it. However, when I convert to Print view, the report seems to be inserting page breaks while rendering. my nice little 4-page form becomes a 10 page report with page breaks occurring on every other page and some extra at the end.
 
What can I look at to determine why these extra page breaks occur in the rendering process? I thought it may be page layout related, so I changed the margins to all zeros and still see the additional page breaks.
 
Also, another thing I noticed is that when I added the footer, the footer height is about 2.5 inches and the designer will not allow me to change it.
 
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
 
Thanks,
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