Understanding Crystal Cursors



  1. The cursors in Crystal Reports display available features during report creation. Cursors in Crystal Reports are also referred to as pointer shapes. The main cursors in Crystal Reports and the conditions under which they appear are listed in the graphic.

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  2. For example, if you position the cursor between report sections, it changes from an arrow to a section cursor to denote that the section can be resized. The sizing cursor changes back to an arrow when you move off the boundary line between sections.

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In summary, Crystal Reports uses changing cursors, or pointer shapes, to denote the availability of certain features, such as sizing and moving, when you are working in a report.

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