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I have a formula that I am using to

I have a formula that I am using to

I have a formula that I am using to

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I have a formula that I am using to total up the number of class hours for each employee record.  The formula is placed in the group footer of the employee group:

NumberVar Total;
Total := Total + val({traihist.TR_TEXT1})

How do I set the total to 0 once a new employee is being processed?

Thanks!

RE: I have a formula that I am using to

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Darwin101:

It worked like a charm.  Thanks for your help.

RE: I have a formula that I am using to

This is called a running total, which is the hard way.  You could probably just select the  hours field and say Insert-Subtotal, selecting the appropriate group field.

Ken Hamady
http://www.kenhamady.com/
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Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB.

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