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Exclude records in Crystal reports using a wildcard

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I am trying to exclude records in a crystal report using a wildcard. I want to exclude records where my product ID is like 'SER*'.  In other words I do not want to see any product on my report that begins with 'SER'.

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Mike
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Within CR you can use the Select expert to do this.
Choose the option that says ' Does not start with'
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