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Adding only selected rows in a matrix.

Adding only selected rows in a matrix.

Adding only selected rows in a matrix.

I have report that is required to list the all of the inventory cost in it separate locations, and they want to sum all the product costs except for one of the items item.

I was thinking a matrix was the best way to go about this but I am not aware of a way to only add certain rows. Does anyone know of a way to only add row 2-6 and exclude row one?

I know that I can create a Data Set for each location and list the equipment in its own table, but not ideal.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Adding only selected rows in a matrix.

Right click the matrix and go to filter. Create a filter to filter out the row you dont want to see.


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