What does "Keep Together" mean? I thought I used to use it in the past to prevent Groups from being split when printing.
I have items grouped by a single grouping, BarCode. There can be 1 to 3 entries for a single BarCode. If there are two or three, I don't want them to print on two pages. I have "Keep Together" checked for Detail 1 & 2, and for Group Header, and Group Footer, but it's splitting across pages.
Am I having a senior moment? How do I do what I need to do? If this is incorrect, then what does "Keep Together" mean?
Dell Stinnett-Christy replied
Right-click on the Group Header section and select "Change Group". Click on the Options tab. Turn on "Keep Group Together".
Keep Together on the section applies only to that section - it makes sure that any individual section will print on one page unless its too big for a single page.
Keep Together on the group applies to the group as a whole and covers all of the sections within a group. This can have the unwanted side effect of causing a lot of white space to appear on some pages, but if your groups are small that should not be an issue.