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FORMATTING CROSS TAB REPORT

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Hello,
I have a cross tab report.Please find attached the desin view of the cross tab.
I need to suppress the circled colums and display the report.
How can it be done.
Thanks for the ideas.
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What version of Crystal?

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Crystal version is 11.Thanks.
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Why do you need the row if you just want to suppress it?
You can make the rows very short and set it not grow.  You can set the fonts to the background color or use the display string to always display ""

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by:Star79
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Hello mlmcc,
Please find attached the current report.They need me to display only the summarized data row(bolded-direct charges and housestock rows) and suppress the other patient rows.
Can it be done on the cross tab.
Thanks.
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I assume the bold rows are groups.

Build the cross tab without the detail lines.

The other way to do this would be a separate report that just shows the group headers or footers with the summarized values.

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by:Star79
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Hello mlmcc,
The bold rows are the summary of the groups.As Iam new to building crosstab reports can you please provide me detailed instructions on how to do it.
Thanks and appreciate.
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Just don't put the detail line in the cross tab.

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