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Reporting Services - subtotals in group footer

Posted on 2009-04-06
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When I use the Wizard to create a new report, the subtotals are placed into a group's header.  Is there a way to automatically place them in a group's footer instead?  
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Automatically no, but if you drag the field in to the group footer from the dataset it's intelligent enough to do the summation for you
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Yeah, that's what I do now.  But then the formatting is all wrong.  Is there a file somewhere that controls this wizard?  
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But I can't use wizard with the template!
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What benefit do you get out of the wizard anyway?
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When I have a report with a lot of fields, it's much easier to use the wizard then typing in those fields names and fields headers.
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