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how the level procedure can divide field vertically instead of horizontally?

how the level procedure can divide field vertically instead of horizontally?

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Re: how the level procedure can divide field vertically instead of horizontally?

It's not possible

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Re: how the level procedure can divide field vertically instead of horizontally?

It's not possible

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Re: how the level procedure can divide field vertically instead of horizontally?

As workaround and if you have a limited number of distinct values in the field you want to use as level you can:

- create a filter for each value of the level

- add the object you want to filter in the template many times as the filters number

- add one of the filter to each copy of the object into the Filter Property of the object

- drag and drop each object into the template

Remember that not all types of objects can be placed side-by-side in all kind of templates. For example images can be placed side-by-side in an Excel template.

If you want to place tables side-by-side in an Excel template you need to activate the Expand Range property of the object.

Best Regards,

Ruggero

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Best Regards,
Ruggero
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