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Summaries Print in Report Footer

Summaries Print in Report Footer

(OP)
Please help me with this:
I have a report
Prints
Group 1 Via
Group 2 Client
Group 3 Agent
Group 4 jobs
Details Job, sales1
Job, sales2
Job, sales3

Prints in Group Footer totals

I want to print at the end of the report, in Report Footer totals as
Sea Agent1 totaljobsag1sea totalsalesag1sea
Agent2 totaljobsag2sea totalsalesag2sea

..

Sea totaljobs totalsalessea totalsalessea

Air Agent1 totaljobsag1air totalsalesag1air
Agent2 totaljobsag2air totalsalesag2air
….
Air totaljobs totalsalesair totalsalesair
.....
Total
Sea+Air+... totaljobs and totalsales
How can I do this?

RE: Summaries Print in Report Footer

You have two choices.
1) A cross-tab placed in the report footer. It allows you to recap the data at the end of the report and can include groupings that are different from the main report. It also doesn't require a separate query but reuses the data in the report. But the layout isn't very flexible so you might not get the exact layout you want.
2) A subreport placed in the report footer. This would require a separate query to the database, but you have much more flexibility on the records included and the layout.

Ken Hamady, On-site Custom Crystal Reports Training & Consulting
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