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Is there a way to custom sort the rows in a Crosstab Query

Is there a way to custom sort the rows in a Crosstab Query

Is there a way to custom sort the rows in a Crosstab Query

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I am using Seagate Info version 7.5.  I have built a crosstab query, I do not like the way the rows are sorted when I use ascending.  Is there a way for me to build a custom sort order?  I have seen specifed in the options to sort, but, I haven't figured out how to use this if this is what I need.

Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you,

RE: Is there a way to custom sort the rows in a Crosstab Query

Hi,
I suppose this is impossible....
Have you got a specific field to sort your data?
Put it into Columns_CrossTab_Field and suppress this field (yu'll not see it on the report).
I know, it isn't  the best solution.
If someone have a best solution, I'm here!!!!

Bye Prox
 

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