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-==== Page Size ====+==== Page Size (PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the size of page that will be generated. Currently supports sizes such as A4, A3, US-Letter. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the size of page that will be generated. Currently supports sizes such as A4, A3, US-Letter.
  
  
-=== Page Width (HTML) ===+==== Page Width (HTML) ​====
 For HTML Reports only. The width of the page specified as an HTML/CSS width value. This will be used within the "​width"​ CSS style of the <​BODY>​ tag that controls the page size. To specify a value in pixels specify suffix of px, to specify a percentage value add a percent sign. The default is 100% making the page fill the browser window. For HTML Reports only. The width of the page specified as an HTML/CSS width value. This will be used within the "​width"​ CSS style of the <​BODY>​ tag that controls the page size. To specify a value in pixels specify suffix of px, to specify a percentage value add a percent sign. The default is 100% making the page fill the browser window.
  
  
-=== Orientation ===+==== Orientation ​(PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates whether reports will be generated in portrait or landscape format. For PDF Reports only. Indicates whether reports will be generated in portrait or landscape format.
  
  
-=== Top Margin ===+==== Top Margin ​(PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left at the top of each report page. Values can be expressed in cm, mm. So a value of 1cm or 10mm will provide a margin of 1 centimetre. If only a number is entered then the value is measures in points. A sheet of A4 is 842pt x 595pt. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left at the top of each report page. Values can be expressed in cm, mm. So a value of 1cm or 10mm will provide a margin of 1 centimetre. If only a number is entered then the value is measures in points. A sheet of A4 is 842pt x 595pt.
  
  
-=== Bottom Margin ===+==== Bottom Margin ​(PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left at Bottom report pages below the page footers. See Top Margin for a description of margin measurements. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left at Bottom report pages below the page footers. See Top Margin for a description of margin measurements.
  
  
-=== Right Margin ===+==== Right Margin ​(PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left on the right hand side of report output. See Top Margin for a description of margin measurements. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left on the right hand side of report output. See Top Margin for a description of margin measurements.
  
  
-=== Left Margin ===+==== Left Margin ​(PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left on the left hand side of the report output. See Top Margin for a description of margin measurements. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the amount of space to be left on the left hand side of the report output. See Top Margin for a description of margin measurements.
  
  
-=== Font ===+==== Font (PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the font to be used in the report output. Valid values are Helvetica, Arial, Courier and Times. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the font to be used in the report output. Valid values are Helvetica, Arial, Courier and Times.
  
  
-=== Font Size ===+==== Font Size (PDF) ====
 For PDF Reports only. Indicates the font size used in the report output. For PDF Reports only. Indicates the font size used in the report output.
  
  
-=== Custom Source Code === +==== Custom Source Code ==== 
-Enter here PHP code that is executed before the main report query. This is generally used to perform preparatory work that for use by the main query. For example, this code may generate and populate temporary tables based on the criteria the user has entered, and this may be then linked in by the main report query. ​report query.+Enter here PHP code that is executed before the main report query. This is generally used to perform preparatory work that for use by the main query. For example, this code may generate and populate temporary tables based on the criteria the user has entered, and this may be then linked in by the main report query.
  
-For full detailed discussion of adding custom source code, see the chapter Custom Source Code.+For full detailed discussion of adding custom source code, see the chapter ​[[custom_source_code|Custom Source Code]]
  
-=== Display Details ===+==== Form Style Row Separator ==== 
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 +Whether to throw a blank line, a new page or a solid line between records in form style reports 
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 +==== Display Details ​====
 Indicates whether user should have the option of whether to hide the detail section of the report. If this is set to Show then the Display Detail check box will appear in prepare mode. Indicates whether user should have the option of whether to hide the detail section of the report. If this is set to Show then the Display Detail check box will appear in prepare mode.
  
  
-=== Display Graph ===+==== Display Graph ====
 For reports with graphs, this option indicates whether user should have the option of whether to hide the graph output. If this is set to Show then the Display Graph check box will appear in prepare mode. For reports with graphs, this option indicates whether user should have the option of whether to hide the graph output. If this is set to Show then the Display Graph check box will appear in prepare mode.
  
  
-=== Display Grid ===+==== Display Grid ====
 To display report results as sortable searchable grids set this option to show. Setting the option to default uses the default setting. The defaut on installation is to turn off grids but the default can be turned by setting the dynamic_grid paramter in the reportico run.php script. To display report results as sortable searchable grids set this option to show. Setting the option to default uses the default setting. The defaut on installation is to turn off grids but the default can be turned by setting the dynamic_grid paramter in the reportico run.php script.
  
  
-=== Sortable Grid ===+==== Sortable Grid ====
 Choose whether your grid columns should be sortable by clicking the column header Choose whether your grid columns should be sortable by clicking the column header
  
  
-=== Searchable grid ===+==== Searchable grid ====
 Choose whether a text search box should appear for searching the grid Choose whether a text search box should appear for searching the grid
  
  
-=== Pageable grid ===+==== Pageable grid ====
 Choose whether to have paging on each results grid. Choose whether to have paging on each results grid.
  
  
-=== Grid Page Size ===+==== Grid Page Size ====
 Choose how many lines to show in a pageable grid ( default is 10 ) Choose how many lines to show in a pageable grid ( default is 10 )
  
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