That is a bit more tricky indeed. There is no property for this, so you have to come up with a workaround. I have done this using anchors.
Say you want this layout
|Header 1||Header 2|
I have more lines
in this cell
Both fields should have the Vertical Elasticity set to Variable. Now anchor column 1 to column 2. Set the Parent and Child edges to 50%.
That should do it.
Hmm, the table layout is a bit different after posting. When editing it looks like how I want it to look. Hope you understand what I mean, though
thank you for the response. I set the vertical to variable on both columns, then i connected them as described with an anchor and I receive the following error:
"REP-3104: Anchors and matrices cannot be scaled separately from their associated objects."
i can say OK, then go one as you indicated, however, there is no change in the column that i would like to have centered vertically.
If you are going to vertically scale your objects, then you can opt for separate main frames for the fields so that it can arrange the fields in whatever position you want.
Draw a main frame and place the field you want to scale in that now the object is vertically scaled when you run the report.
Place the repeating frame over a main frame and set the stretch with frame property. So that it will expand automatically.
Hope this helps...