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I have a bit of a complicated requirement - at least it is complicated to me which is why I am hoping to get an assist.

I have a report that has columns (there is more but this is the only necessary info)

Account Officers             Loan Renewal         Loan Amount

Joe Smith                       New                         100.00

Larry Jones                    Renewal                   200.00

Joe Smith                       Renewal                   500.00

Angie Lowe                    Renewal                   100.00

There are various account officers and I need a Dollar Amount breakout of Total Dollar amount of Loan Renewals that are new and a total of Loan renewals that are renewals for each officer.

What I am looking for is

Joe Smith           Total New  =100.00  Total Renewal = 500.00             Loan Total = 600.00

Larry Jones        Total New = 0           Total Renewal = 200.00             Loan Total = 200.00

Angie Lowe        Total New= 0            Total Renewal = 100.00            Loan Total = 100.00
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Question by:Sahap Yuzer
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I assume you don't need the details level in that same table?  If you do, you might need to adapt the following a little.

Start by grouping the current details level (Row Groups) on Officer.

Then use an expression like the following to get a total per loan type:

=Sum(IIF(Fields!LoanType.Value = "New", Fields!LoanAmount.Value, 0))

For the overall total you just need Sum(Fields!LoanType.Value)
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Or you could just use a matrix.  Put LoanType in Columns, Officer in Rows and LoanAmount in Data.
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yes,matrix format should be a easiest solution as per your requirement.

so Account officer put in row
    Loan renewal in coloumn so group it by value (new,renewal..etc)
    Loan Amount as data

and at the end you can add total so for individiual officer you get it
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