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CRYSTAL REPORT : How to change the position of field which is in group to report footer

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In crystal reports, i have a field called closing balance( this is the summary field on a group)
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You can drag the summary to the report footer but then it will be a total of the entire report.

Are you trying to summarize all group totals individually in the report footer?
If so you will have to use formulas and variables with arrays.

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