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We recently upgraded from Crystal 8.5 to 9.0.  I am looking at revamping the programs that use Crystal 8.5 to work with Crystal 9.0.  I've got the controls down but for this one particular form, I have a selection formula.

PrintIt.SelectionFormula = "{PCConfig.User}= '" & cboPC.Text & "'"

That was version 8.5 and PrintIt was an instance of the Crystal Reports Control.

In 9.0 I'm using the Crystal Reports Viewer Control 9 and the selectionformula property is not an option.  

Can someone please tell me the simpliest way to correct this problem whether it means switching controls or ideally, it's just a different property name for the Crystal Reports Viewer Control 9.
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