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    C++ builder 2007,Crystal Report XI, Component ?

    Hi
    I have a database on Access 2007 and i am using C++ Builder 2007. I want to know if someone help me if i have some crystal reports from crystal report XI for my databe is any way to run it from my application in C++ Builder 2007. Is any component or some code so i can use and run these external reports??? Is any other way?? I dont want to use rave reports. I want to have a menu with 3 simple prints from crystal reports and when the user hits the button to print them.

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    Re: C++ builder 2007,Crystal Report XI, Component ?

    Since there aren't that many Borland users at this site I think you are better off posting this question on a Borland site.
    Last edited by S_M_A; October 20th, 2012 at 11:35 AM.
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