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How can I delete the group in a crystal report,I use the version is 8.
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by:mdougan
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If you move your cursor to the far left (your left, the report's right edge) you'll see the dark grey column that lists the different Group Headers/Footers.  Right-Click and choose Format Section from the popup list.  You should then see a dialog which lists all of the group headers and footers.  If you highlight the group header, there should be an option to delete this group near the upper part of the dialog.

If you can't find it there, I think that there is the Grouping Expert under the Report menu.  If you click on that menu, you'll get a dialog that has your existing groups in a list.  You should be able to highlight the group that you don't want and hit the delete key.
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by:vagg
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Mdouqan,
Thanks!How can i give you points?Because you are comment,not answer.
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Sometimes, there is the option for you to accept a comment as an answer, otherwise, just tell me to post my comment as an answer.  The reason we post as comment is to keep your question in the Active area which will encourage more people to respond.  If I'd answered it right off, then maybe no one else would look at your question.

Here it is, glad it worked for you!

If you move your cursor to the far left (your left, the report's right edge) you'll see the dark grey column that lists the different Group Headers/Footers.  Right-Click and choose Format Section from the popup list.  You should then see a dialog which lists all of the group headers and footers.  If you highlight the group header, there should be an option to delete this group near the upper part of the dialog.

If you can't find it there, I think that there is the Grouping Expert under the Report menu.  If you click on that menu, you'll get a dialog that has your existing groups in a list.  You should be able to highlight the group that you don't want and hit the delete key.
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by:vagg
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Thansk very much!
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