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Default Multiple Numeric Parameters in Crystal Reports

Hi. I have a simple report with a list of 15 Empoyees and their relevant orders. The Report is grouped by Emp.Id. (3 digits) And subtotalled on their order amounts.

I have created a Number parameter based on Emp.Id Allowing multiple values and discrete.

I would like to display in the Report Header, the selected Emp.Id. Number or numbers of the employees I have selected when I run the Parameter.

I also would like to show a message in the Report Header in the event of selecting "ALL" employee Id's being selected when Parameter is run.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Mary
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