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portals not shrinking properly

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I've got a problem that I can't figure out:

A layout designed to print at quotation:

three portals - one for product, one for company costs billed to the client, and one for factory costs billed to the client.

In the two portals for costs (which are coming from different files), the portals are shrinking, but they both are skipping a line between each line of data. The portal lines are both the exact height of the single row of fields that contain them.

The portal from the product shrinks fine and prints with single line spacing. The other two portals are printing like double line spacing.

Any suggestions? I'm truly stuck.

Thanks in advance for any help,

Chris

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Moving over to Portals Forum...

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Have you double checked that all font types and sizes in the portals are the same. And the line-spacing is exactly the same.

I've been caught be something similar!

All the best.

Garry

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The Line spacing was OK - But I figured out how to fix it, though it still doesn't make too much sense:

There were records in the file the portal was showing. These records had data in them - but those fields were not in the portal. The portal was keeping a space for the record even though it didn't show data. I asume this is because they all fit the relationship

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