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I have a report with Force New Page, what I don't want to happen is if its the last record in the group report then I do not want to force a new page. Want to try keeping that group together.

I have 3 groups for footers below is the groups which I have set force new page after section


At the moment after the grouping for customers its creating a new page after Order group where I would like the customer total on the same page as it was the last record for that group
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