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Trying to find a formula or procedure that will allow me to reprint the same report (pick list) based upon a total cube field. For example, if the total cube field in <=2800, 1 pick ticket prints/ <=5600, 2 will print/ <=8400, 3 will print, etc. The formula cannot be a parameter since the total cube field is not known at printing and many tickets are qued simultaneously. Running CR 8.5    Thanks everyone
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The only thing I can think of is to create a report using the ticket report as a subreport.

Insert the subreport as many time s as might be necessary each time in a new detail section.  The detail sections can be suppressed at print time using the total.

Detail section 2 suppression
TotalCubeField <= 2800
Detail section 3 suppression
TotalCubeField <= 5600
Detail section 4 suppression
TotalCubeField <= 8400

etc

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