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Cconditional Section Suppression

Cconditional Section Suppression

Cconditional Section Suppression

I'm working on a report that requires a section not be displayed or not be printed under specific conditions:

IF {table.codevalue} = 0 then not display the section
IF Parameter {?Print Section}="No" then not print the section

Any suggestions will be well appreciated. Thanks.

RE: Cconditional Section Suppression

For Crystal 8.5, you can suppress as follows:

Right-click and select [Format Section]

Select the formula [X+2] for Suppress

Enter your rule.  In your case it would be {table.codevalue} = 0, with the 'IF' etc. assumed

Madawc Williams
East Anglia
Great Britain

RE: Cconditional Section Suppression

PS.  You'll find lots of hints like this in Forum767

Madawc Williams
East Anglia
Great Britain

RE: Cconditional Section Suppression

No IF required, just use:

{table.codevalue} = 0
{?Print Section}= "No"


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