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I created a pie chart in Crystal reports. When it runs it shows a slice for 0 zero values. I only want the chart to plot for anything above 100. Anyway of doing this??

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A chart will always use the same data set as the report.  You would have to remove the unrequired values from the report or else create the chart in a subreport which has its own  data source.

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