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Crystal Reports Count Question

Crystal Reports Count Question

Crystal Reports Count Question

I apologize I am fairly new to the crystal world and have a quick question on formulating a report.

I have an Access table that I am working with that contains dates for various project completions.

I currently calculate each day for "days old" and color format those dates on the page. I have a request now to count those items which are over a certain amount of days old. What is the best way to go about this?

Age Field = Alarm_Age
Unique Field Identifier = Master_Customer_List.Location #

Alarm_Age > 365

I am sure this is easy and have tried several things but never get the desired result.

If you need more info let me know,


RE: Crystal Reports Count Question

Have you looked at running totals and have it calculate based on a formula? (i.e, Alarm_Age >365)

RE: Crystal Reports Count Question

Thanks that did it, I knew it would be simple....

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