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insert a cross-tab row header Crystal 2008

Posted on 2010-08-23
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Is there a way to insert a row header in a cross-tab report.  See the attachment jpeg image.
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have you tried placing a TEXT box there and using the TEXT BOX for the header?

You may need to configure the DISPLAY of it to always be on top...??
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Good idea.   I can't think of any other way to get what you want.
So long as the top row doesn't grow vertically it should work just fine.

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Is there a certain property to tell it to always appear on top?
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What do you mean?

You can right click the object and get it to MOVE --> TO FRONT

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