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conditional printing in crystal reports

Posted on 2014-03-19
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I have a crystal report for store sales with a formula in the page header to print either a store name or 'Grand Total'. If there are 2 (or more) grand total pages, I cannot get the right heading to print on both  grand total page. The current formula looks like this:

if PageNumber = TotalPageCount or OnLastRecord  then
    {?Grand Total}
else
    "Store Name"

which works unless the last store prints 2 pages

Any help is greatly appreciated (couldn't find crystal in the topics)
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figured out how to fudge it
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