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# Custom code show zero instead of Grand Total amount, but when export the dollar amount is shown

## Custom code show zero instead of Grand Total amount, but when export the dollar amount is shown

(OP)
Hello,

I am using 2014 SSRS I created a custom code to get Grand Totals for a monthly trend report, when I generate the report in IE I get zeros Grand Total amounts on the report, but when I export the report to Excel the Grand Total is shown and is correct. Why is this happening? How can I show the Grand Total amount in IE.

Here is my Code:

Dim public nettotal1 as Double

Public Function Getvalue1 (ByVal subtotal AS Double) AS Double

Nettotal1 = nettotal1 + subtotal

return subtotal

End Function

Public Function Totalvalue1()

return nettotal1

End Function

Code to start summarizing on the row.

=code.Getvalue1(ReportItems!January.Value)

Code to get Grand Total Amount.

=code.Totalvalue1()
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See below. Any tips will be appreciated. Thank you in advance

Example of report:

GL Account Account Description January February March
73415 Computer Expense $35,000$2,416 $555 73420 Warehouse Expense$205 $456$26
73450 Operation Expense $140$654 $78 Grand Total$0 $0$0

When the report is exported to Excel the Grand Total Shows

GL Account Account Description January February March
73415 Computer Expense $35,000$2,416 $555 73420 Warehouse Expense$205 $456$26
73450 Operation Expense $140$654 $78 Grand Total$35,345 $3,526$659

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