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I am developing with the Portal and Page Designer in 8206. I have created a page and have a little more than 75% of the page filled vertically with current reports and charts. What is the easiest way to extend the bottom of the page so that another panel can be placed at the bottom under the last report/chart that is there currently?This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
If you drag a report onto the Designer canvas in just the right way, the report will be added at the bottom, extending the height of the page. Here's what you do: Drag a report and drop it onto the lower portion of your lowest report on the canvas. Just before you release the mouse button to drop the report, you should see the lower fifth of the report shaded blue, indicating that the new one will be placed below that report.
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