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Crystal reports break down by week

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I have a couple months worth of data that I want to break down by week?  I know to break it down by month I would use something like this
if totext({ArInvoice.InvoiceDate}, 'MM-dd-yyyy') startswith "01" then "January" else

,but not sure about breaking it down into weeks.
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Crystal provides an easy way to do it.

Group on the date field
When you group on a date field you get the option to group on a period.  Just choose WEEK

ANother way is to use DatePart

DatePart ("ww",{DateField})  returns the week number.

You can also use DatePart("m",{DateField}) to get the month

MOnth({DateField}) also returns the month

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Awesome, Don't know how I didn't know this.
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