I have a customer statement that is being generated out of SSRS with the customer return stub at the top third of the document. The statement is printed on paper stock that breaks the paper up into 1/3 and 2/3rd's of a sheet after seperated. Because
the statement portion that is returned by the customer then has perforations on it once it is torn off, and those perforations are on the bottom, our payment scanner does not handle these top portions very well. Basically we are experiencing lots of jams.
We have found that if we place the return portion at the bottom of the page so that the perforation is at the top of the detached portion, the scanner processes the documents just fine because the documents are not riding on the perforation.
I've been able to move the parts of the report around so that the part that returned by the customer is underneith the detail, however because the number of statement detail lines changes depending on the customer, the actual information that should be printed
on the bottom third of the paper moves up and down depending on the number of statement lines.
My problem is, the part that is returned by the customer is suppose to have some mailing information line up in window envelopes. The information changes depending on the company the statement represents. I've tried putting the fields in the 'Page footer',
but you can't reference r
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