The Page Header and Page Footer bands are located at the top and bottom of every page in a report.
The Page Header/Footer bands are the best place for information that should be printed on every page.
INFO: If you insert page break right after the Report Header (by setting its Page Break to After the Band), the Page Footer and Page Header bands will not be printed on the first page.
In the Property Grid, the properties of these bands are divided into the following groups.
- Background Colour
Specifies the background colour for the controls contained within the band. This option is also available in the Formatting Toolbar
- Borders, Border Colour and Border Width
Specify border settings for the controls contained within the band.
Specifies the font settings for the controls contained within the band. Some of these settings are available in the Formatting Toolbar.
- Foreground Colour
Specifies the text colour for the controls contained within the band. This option is also available in the Formatting Toolbar
Specifies indent values which are used to render the contents of the controls contained within the bands.
- Style Priority
Allows you to define the priority of various style elements (such as background colour, border colour, etc.).
This property allows you to define odd and even styles for the controls contained within the bands, as well as to assign an existing style to them (or a newly created one).
- Text Alignment
Allows you to change the text alignment of the controls contained within the bands. This option is also available in the Formatting Toolbar.
Specifies the band's height (measured in report units).
- Print Across Bands
Gets or sets whether this band is printed as the background layer across all other bands that belong to the same page.
- Print On
Specifies whether to print the PageBand on the same page as the Report Header and Report Footer bands.
This property contains events, which you can handle with the required scripts.
Specifies whether the band should be visible in print preview.
This property allows you to add some additional information to the band, for example its id, by which it can then be accessible via scripts.
Determines a bands name by which it can be accessed in the Report Explorer, Property Grid or via scripts.
- Snap Line Padding
Specifies the padding (in report measurement units), which is to be preserved within the band when controls it contains are aligned using Snap Lines.
Provides access to the band's collection of sub-bands.