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I am using OpenERP v7. I was testing v7 for quite a while and happy with it's stability and performance, I moved to a production environment. Everything was going well until I started customizing reports using OpenOffice Writer. After doing a bit of copy & pasting here and there, I noticed that Purchase Order reports generated by OpenERP have an extra blank page in the beginning. For tests I tried sending a blank page to the server using OpenOffice Writer Report Designer and what I get are 2 blank pages instead of 1. No matter what content I put on the report template, there's always 1 extra blank page that prints before actual reports. If header and footer are configured, the blank page prints with the header and footer. It seems to me there is a page break of some kind somewhere on the report template thought I can't seem to see anything (also tried enabling display of character formatting). Report is totally empty!
That said, I have not modified any other report templates and they are all fine.
Is there any way I can DELETE the template that OpenERP is using for Purchase Order? I have a demo instance of v7 running as well. Can I take anything from there?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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|Asked: 3/24/13, 1:20 AM|
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