Get running total of non duplicate records

I have to include a field in my report that will count the total number of records that are not duplicated in a group. The only problem with this code is that this count is off by one because of the logic. Why is this code off by one record and how can I fix it ?

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Why did you include the ONFIRSTRECORD?

I think if you delete that you will be ok

tupac1979Author Commented:
I have tried it without it and still does not work ? Thanks
tupac1979Author Commented:
Also I have put that statement in there to try to start the records at the first one after each group do you have anymore suggestions
Try this instead of what you have:

(onlastrecord and {ADMSTAT.PATSYS} <> previous({ADMSTAT.PATSYS}))

you don't need the whileprintingrecords either.

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tupac1979Author Commented:
Good job thanks
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