When printing the same report frequently, it helps to have the Print Date somewhere on the report. If you're anything like me (and saints preserve you if you are), you are always working on several reports at once and printing copies at different stages in the report development process.
So, once you have three or four (or more) printed out reports laying around on your desk, you will need an easy way to determine which is which. The easiest way to do this is to simply add the Print Date to the report somewhere (typically the report header). This is one of those "cosmetic" things that developers rarely think about until the report is ready for production.
Within your Field Explorer,
find the Special Fields group. Within that group, find and insert the
Print Date field into your report. This field is automatically updated
every time you refresh the report.
Another popular Special Field is Page
N of M, which can be inserted into the report footer to easily provide a