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the problem with me is to find sum of two column field using crystal report.eg one column shows number of men and another number of women.I need assistance to find its total.

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All you need to do is create a running total for each of those fields.

To do this go in to Field explorer, left click on running totals and then choose which field you want a running total for.

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