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Quick question about parameter functions in Crystal Reports XI

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I have a question about parameters in crystal reports.  I'll give an example.  Let's say you have one parameter that is picking between countries, and the next parameter you are picking by states.  Now if you pick the 'counries' parameter and you pick the value, "United States", will the 'states' parameter only show states within that country like "New York", "New Jersey", etc.?
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Great!  I really appreciate your help.  One more question though, how do you do the filter and include 'All' as in unfiltered for prompts?
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I don't know.  I haven't used the feature.

Glad i could help

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To add the  ALL (link from your other question)
http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2017514.asp

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