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How do i sort on a calculated field? Trying to sort the locations by the 2010 YTD calculated field...
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Hi

You might be able to use expression. How was your YTD calculated? It might work with interactive sorting as well.

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YTD is calculated like this...

=sum(Fields!ID1.Value)+sum(Fields!ID2.Value)+sum(Fields!ID3.Value)+sum(Fields!ID4.Value)+sum(Fields!ID5.Value)+sum(Fields!ID6.Value)+sum(Fields!ID7.Value)+sum(Fields!ID8.Value)+sum(Fields!ID9.Value)+sum(Fields!ID10.Value)+sum(Fields!ID11.Value)+sum(Fields!ID12.Value)
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Try exactly the same expression with interactive sorting

Should work (in theory)

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Emil
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