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Hi Experts!

I have a very simple crosstab report that requires grouping by days.  The days are in the row field.  They go from 1-500 usually...can vary.  I want to group them every 15 records.  Days 1-15 would be in a group.  16-30 would be in a group etc.  Seems like it should be easy but I am banging my head against the wall.  

Any help would be greatly appreciated as always!

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Try this

Create a formula
 
    ({YourField} - 1) \ 15

Create a group on the formula

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Fantastic!  Thank you so much for the quick turnaround!  Appreciate it as always.  

Spudmcc (Andy)
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