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I'm a fairly new Alteryx user using the reporting module and I've run into a problem.
I have a large table/file with over 1200 rows. When I publish this in a report pdf format, for some reason the row borders just do not apply for the end of the page rows. It just seems to taper off into the next page
This is how the header and rows appear on the first page.
I want the same thing to repeat for each page of the report. But that row border seems to disappear from the 2nd-page header and footer and all subsequent page headers. The column borders seem to go down without a row header/line at the end and beginning of the page.
I have attached a solution for you. The only bad thing about this is that you will have to know how many rows you will have on a page. I had to change the font type on my end as I didn't have the font you are using so you may need to change the number in the Formula tool.
Thank you so much @Dan. I think I can run it once without this solution and figure out how many rows are on each page and use this solution!
While this fits my needs for the time being. Is there any way around this solution though? I may have some more complex reports that require grouping based on other fields in which case I can't use it in tandem with this. Would love to hear your thoughts on this!
The only other thing that I would suggest would be to look into a batch macro, but due to the fact that the Table Tool will only put that line on the bottom of the data. You will need to know how many rows will be on the page.