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Creating Calendar template

Creating Calendar template

Creating Calendar template

thread149-1475890: Creating Calendar Style Reports: Creating Calendar Style Reports

Does anyone know if its possible to create a Calendar Template in Crystal Enterprise?

I can across this link (http://www.ml-consult.co.uk/cryst-06.htm) and was able to get as far as creating the individual Day formulas (Sun, Mon, etc.) but, only the Sunday formula is working. When I bring in the other 6 days, they all show as zeros.

Any assistance would be appreciated!


RE: Creating Calendar template

I've never tried that in Crystal. I think you would have to create a record source with the year, month, week and day. Then create a crosstab.
Good luck. Let us know if you get it to work.

RE: Creating Calendar template

Try the thread you show at the beginning of your post above--that is a later version of how to create the calendar report. I don't know how I could be more specific. Follow the steps one by one.


RE: Creating Calendar template

I was finally able to get back to this and I figured out where my problem was...all good now! thanks!

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