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Comment Added at : 2011-07-20 03:34:51

Comment on Tutorial : Your first VB.NET Crystal Reports - A step by step guide By Issac
Hi sir !

I have two Crystal Report, Named Crystal1 and crystal2,

Is it possible that the CrystalReportViewer can view two Crystal report .. ? and how ? im using Vb.net 2008..


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