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Hiding row and column totals

Hiding row and column totals

Hiding row and column totals

(OP)
Does anyone know how to hide row and column totals?

RE: Hiding row and column totals

In frame properties, click Methods tab and select BuildFromRow function by double clicking on functions name. You will see following Built-in function:

Function BuildFromRow( row As AcDataRow ) As AcBuildStatus
    BuildFromRow = Super::BuildFromRow( row )
    ' Insert your code here
    If (Col1=0 and Col2=0) Then
     size.height = 0
    End If
End Function

RE: Hiding row and column totals

(OP)
Thanks MKhanA, but I don't think this would work.  I am using an Ac7 crosstab so I don't think this will help.  Have you ever used the crosstab facility?

The help file suggests a properties "TotalColumnPlacement" and "TotalRowPlacement"  controls display but I can't find them anywhere.

RE: Hiding row and column totals

You did not mention that you are using crosstab. Anyway good luck in finding the solution.

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