Totals for groups in collapsed view on SharePoint list


I'm hoping that someone can help with this since my quick search around hasn't found anything.

I have a SharePoint list view on which I've grouped items and for which I am doing a sum of one column. The grand total appears at the top of the list and a total for each group appears below each group heading. Unfortunately, because the group total is below the header it is only visible when the groups are expanded. I'd like to also see the totals with the groups collapsed so that I have a summary view. I appreciate that there may be technical reasons for this to be tricky but I imagine it to be a common need.

I attach screen shots with what I have and what I'd like to have.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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To do this you will have to use a "DataView" web part.  These allow you to specify a query (returns XML) and modify the  XLST which can transform the output however you want.

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CDauntAuthor Commented:
Thanks very much for the reply. I'll work through this and hopefully get what I'm after.

Best of luck. XSLT can be a bit baffling if you have not used it before, but there are plenty of people on here who can help with that.

I think they have sremoved xslt from SharePoint 2013 and added graphical drag/drop interface when building more  sophisticated views.
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