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Posted on 2011-03-03
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I need to display a grand total both full total and a total based on the value of another displayed field.  For example, I have a report that looks something like this:
Salesman	Sales Amt	Phone Sales?
Joe Bleaux  123,456.00	    N
Jane Doe     54,756.24      Y
Fred Mertz   91,876.00      N

Sales Total 260,088.24
Phone Sales  54,756.24

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How do I do this (and hopefully be able to display the total on the report header)

TIA
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Question by:Clif
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Kurt Reinhardt earned 500 total points
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For the Grand Total, simply right-click the Sales Amt field and choose Insert Summary.  Place the Summary in the Report Header or Foot

For the Phone Sales Total, create a formula that evaluates the Phone Sales Value:

If
  {table.phonesales} = 'Y'
Then
  {table.salesamt}
Else
  0

Add this field to the detail section of the report and then right-click it to Insert Summary and place summary in either the Report Header or Footer..  Remove from report once you've created the summary.

~Kurt
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by:Clif
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That did it.

Thanks.
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