Report Editor: Item settings dialog

In this dialog you will find settings for the print item (object) currently selected in the page preview pane. The dialog has two pages.

General

The General tab contains settings for the print item currently selected in the page preview pane.

Object ID The sheet object ID of the sheet object to be printed.
Properties... Opens the Properties dialog for the sheet object associated with the print item. Changes made in this dialog will be applied on the actual sheet object and reflected in the report print result.
Stretch This control is only available for objects on single paper pages. Here you may select how the print object should be sized to fit inside the rectangle assigned to it.
Clip Do not size the print object. If it is too large for the placeholder rectangle it will be truncated. If it is too small there will be blank space around it.
Fill Size the print object so that it fills the placeholder rectangle.
Fill with Aspect Size the print object so that it fits in the placeholder rectangle while keeping the original sheet object aspect ratio.
Use Border The print object is normally printed on the page without any frame or border. By selecting this check box, you may have a border around the object.
Frame Color Press this button to select the border color.
Frame Width Here you can specify the thickness of the border.

Position

The Position tab contains settings for positioning and sizing the objects in the available print area.

Left Sets the position of the currently selected item(s) relative to the left margin. 0 is to the far left of the available print area.
Top Sets the position of the currently selected item(s) relative to the top. 0 is at the top of the available print are.
Width Sets the size of the currently selected item(s) in 1/1000 parts of the width of the available print area.
Height Sets the size of the currently selected item(s) in 1/1000 parts of the height of the available print area.
Z Level Sets the layer of the currently selected item(s). If items overlap the item at the lowest level (1) will be printed first, then the next layer will be printed and so on.

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