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Crystal Reports (.net ) Cross-Tab report runtime formatting  ???

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is it possible to format a crosstab crystal report at runtime ? please provide an example
I want to set the decimal places and rounding at runtime.

I have not been able to access the fieldobjects of the crosstab object.  They are not in ReportObjects collection of the reportdocument
I can access the Crosstab object but not the fieldobjects it contains.  

I am using .net (c#)

thanks in advance
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you can't access elements in the crosstab. the only way i can think of would be to manually piece one together, but this could be a serious pain...  
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