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Crystal Reports: How can I display a group footer chart in the report footer

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I have a chart in a group footer that displays the data exactly as I want to see it (in the group footer for the first group).  However, instead of displaying that chart in the middle of the report in a group footer, I need it displayed at the end of the report only - in a report footer.  But, when it's displayed there, it needs to just limit its display with just that data from the first group.  I have tried several things and have been unsuccessful.  Does anybody know a way to accomplish this?

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You really can't do it in the report footer.

That said, you could create a subreport that just does the chart and that limits the data to the first group.

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