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Detail section of a report I would like to conditional hide a data element

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Within the detail section of a report I would like to conditional hide (suppress) a data element (based on its value) from printing.  Any suggestions? Thanks
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in deail section right click the field. In the format tab click supress checkbox and click x2 next to supress. Write this in the formula editor

{fieldname} = condition
When the field gets that value , field will be supressede\
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Emre
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You can also use as the formula:

CurrentFieldValue = Condition

Result is the same but it's easier to copy & paste if you're applying the same condition to multiple fields.

For future reference, in the conditional suppression you just need a formula that evaluates to True for suppression and False otherwise.

HTH

frodoman
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