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BOOK: Professional Crystal Reports for VS.NET
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How do I actually add up all quantities sold for a particular Item during a Particular Month and display in crystal report using BASIC syntax formula editor? For example Item001 during 3rd JAN 2005 have 4 quantities sold and during 5th JAN 2005 have 10 quantities sold. So I would like to display quantities sold for item001 is 14 for JAN in the report. How do I do so? I tried using those loops but all can't work . Please helps. Thanks


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