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Creating Running total from a Formula field

Creating Running total from a Formula field

Creating Running total from a Formula field

I have an assemblies report. List the Assembly Name, then under the Named groupd shows the component Description, Qty needed, quantity on hand, and the @Division formula, devides the quantity on hand by the qty needed, to tell me how many cases I can produce.

Now what I am wanting to do, is in the group heading (The Assembly name) I want a running total (Or Similar) to display the Smallest number of cases. This way if an item only has enough to make 1 case, and another item might have 6,000, I want to know that I can only make 1 case.

If this doesnt make sense, I will try to explain in greater detail.

Any help would be apprecaited...


RE: Creating Running total from a Formula field

I would post this in the crystal forum.  Many many more crystal experts are there.

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