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CrossTabb average calc for Mon-Friday

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I'm referring to a previous question : 2013-06-20 at 16:11:50ID: 28163389, where I got a solution for a Crosstab for the last full week to only show 24 Columns. I am now looking to add 2 average formulas for each Hour Column, 1 for MONDAY TO FRIDAY of the week and another for Saturday and Sunday
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What version of Crystal do you have?

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Crystal Reports 2011 SP4
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CR2008 added the ability to add a calculated column to the report.

I haven't done one and don't have a CR2008 or 2011 install readily available.

http://scn.sap.com/thread/3308737

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This will work - Thanks.
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