How to split a table by two columns in FastReport?

FastReport has two ways to make a column report.

You already discovered one of them "band columns" - this method prints band from left to right and then down.

The second way is a page columns. With Page column FR prints band till the end of the page and then moves to next column. I think this method exactly what you are looking for. To make a page columns just double click on the page in the report designer, select other options tab and set the number of columns you want to print.

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