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Printing Empty Tables

Often tables are not printed if the underlying table object (a subtable) is empty, i.e. there is no data to be printed. This happens when printing an order where all materials etc. are printed underneath. If they are not known, the table is not printed. 

If the report is printed and used by a field technician to be filled out on-site manually, printing an empty standard table would be useful if no data is printed for the table itself.


Jan Peter Kania 

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