Conditional Page Breaks

smcgee8806

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I'm hoping someone can help me with this. I have a report that groups items under specific headings. Each heading may contain a different number of items beneath it and the rows are not all the same height. Is it possible to create a macro that will automatically insert a page break based on the following conditions:

1) maximum number of rows on each page, but
2) page break is always above the next heading (in this case when the value of column F=1) ????

In other words I want to get as much data as I can on each page, but I do not want any of the groupings to be split between two pages. Hopefully someone can help.

Thanks.
 

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