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how do i suppress a whole row, i find that i can suppress a section, or a field, but not a a whole row.  i am using Cyrstal  Report 5.0, please help, thanks.
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by:BergJC
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I don't know of any way to do that. Crystal is very limited in some aspects. Perhaps if you suppress every field on that row, but I'm sure you were hoping to avoid that.
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There is no direct way to suppress the whole row. However, if you were to put that row that you want to suppress in a section. You can then suppress that section. Try that.

You can even put in some condition in the suppress so that it will supress if it satisfies certain condition.

Hope that will help you.
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by:Inteqam
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i didn't get it ,

what i have to do to supress a gruop if is satisfy a condition ,

>> You can even put in some condition in the suppress so that it will supress if it satisfies certain condition.

How can i do that

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