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Crystal Reports 2008  Grouping Problem

Posted on 2013-11-04
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I am trying to group by the invoice date and the dates in the grouping header is off a couple of days from what is on the detail line. Look at the jpeg pic I have attached.

Allame should be 7/15/2013,  Allcoa should be 6/12/2012

I would appreciate any help.

                              Thanks,

                               Jerry
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CHeck the grouping

WHen you group on a date you have the optionto specify the date period.  Default is WEEK.  Change it to EACH DAY

Right click the left margin of the group header
Click CHANGE GROUP

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