gINT Data Tab Headers

Is it possible to make a data tab header look like this in gINT?

With the one upper line over the three lower data fields?

gINT version 10.00.00.41 Pro Plus

Thanks,

Brian L.

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  • Hi Brian,

    The only option in gINT INPUT file. Is to create 3 fields all with the same properties and caption them the same as the first field name and it will put all three fields under the same header. So in your case create one field called sample readings, create a second field with the same field properties and caption it "sample readings", create a third field with the same properties and caption it "sample readings". It will look like this.

    In the output you can make it look exactly like that by designing your report using a column header offset and the drawing a line just above the offset and putting in your text.

    The standard report the comes with the gINT standard library "geotech Bh Columns" uses this technique. Open the gINT standard library goto report design ...pick "geotech Bh Columns" and you can see how the properties are setup and setup you own report the same way.  See below..

    Answer Verified By: Brian L. 

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  • Hi Brian,

    The only option in gINT INPUT file. Is to create 3 fields all with the same properties and caption them the same as the first field name and it will put all three fields under the same header. So in your case create one field called sample readings, create a second field with the same field properties and caption it "sample readings", create a third field with the same properties and caption it "sample readings". It will look like this.

    In the output you can make it look exactly like that by designing your report using a column header offset and the drawing a line just above the offset and putting in your text.

    The standard report the comes with the gINT standard library "geotech Bh Columns" uses this technique. Open the gINT standard library goto report design ...pick "geotech Bh Columns" and you can see how the properties are setup and setup you own report the same way.  See below..

    Answer Verified By: Brian L. 

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