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How to Include the Group Tree Display Options in PDF Export

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Hello Experts,

I often export a Crystal Report, version 11, into a PDF.  Is there a way to export a report so that the PDF includes the Group Tree?  I would like the recipients of the PDF to be able to access the Group Tree so they can jump from place to place in the Crystal Report PDF export.

Thank you for your help.
~Chopp
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I don't believe that is an option using just Crystal.

It may be possible with a third-party add-on like Visual Cut
http://www.milletsoftware.com/Visual_CUT.htm

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Thank you, mimcc

This may be just what I need.

~Chopp
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