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Printing a Formula
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Printing a Formula

Printing a Formula

(OP)
How can I print the contents (the actual equation) of a formula in a report?  

RE: Printing a Formula

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For ONE formula, copy and paste the text to a word processor.

To do all of the formulas, export the report to the format called "report definition".  This will create a text file with the formulas and a bunch of other junk.

Ken Hamady
http://www.kenhamady.com/
On-site custom Crystal Reports Training and Consulting.
Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB.

RE: Printing a Formula

(OP)
Thanks Ken,  Is there anyway to write an instruction to a report that will automatically print the contents of all associated formulas?

RE: Printing a Formula

You can export something called a "Report Definition" which creates a text file.  Most of it is useless (IMHO) but there is a section that lists the formulas.

Ken Hamady
http://www.kenhamady.com/
On-site custom Crystal Reports Training and Consulting.
Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB.

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