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Crystal Reports - Hiding Parameter based on other parameters value.

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Hi,

I need to hide a report parameter based on another parameter's value.  example:  If the user chooses to run the report with the 'Statewide' parameter option, then I do not want the 'County' parameter to be visible.  Is this possible?

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It is if you write the code to control the parameters.  It is not possible within Crystal.

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