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crystal 9 crosstab multiple rows - suppression of multiple totals fields

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Hi,
     I have a Cross tab with multiple Crosstab Rows e.g. :

         Continents
             Countries
                 Cities

    I wish to suppress the Totalling at all Levels, however the Suppress Totalling option appears to be only available at the highest level. I can individually suppress the Countries Total and Cities Total field but it still leaves an untidy empty box in my Cross tab. How can I better suppress Totals at every Row Level ?


 
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You should be able to supress totals at all levels...?

You will need to SET this LEVEL by LEVEL...so go into the options...and then touch the level in the ROW BOX that you want to set the suppression for....and then check the SUPRESS TOTAL BOX...

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I use CRXI and this is all under the CUSTOME STYLE TAB in the crosstab options...

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Thankyou.
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You're welcome.....

Hum...a grade of ...."B".....? Hum.......    :)

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