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Hi Experts,

I have 6 fields all with numerical data.  If the data = zero for all 6 fields I want to suppress the section but if ever 1 of the 6 fields have any numbers other then zero I need the section shown.  

How would I write this?

Thanks!
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Assuming that this is a detail section:

{field1} = 0 and {field2} = 0 and {field3} = 0 and {field4} = 0 and {field5} = 0 and {field6} = 0


 James
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