Suppress rows

I want to pull all data but only display records where <field> number is greater than one. How do I suppress rows where the <field> is not greater than one.
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Use conditional suppression

Right click the section in the left margin
Click the formula button to the right of SUPPRESS
{YourField} < 1

angeleamAuthor Commented:
Thanks I was doing it backwards > 1. How do I suppress the group header to only show the group header name if there are details. It is printing the group name even if there are no details.
Something like

Count({SomeField},{Groupield} = 0


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