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Old July 10th, 2003, 04:16 PM
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I have to do a report that show the information in this way:

                                                       Total Sales
Sales Clase Major $sum(sales_item per Sales Clase Major)
     Sales Clases Minor $sum(Sales_item per Sales clase minor)
           Item $sum(Sales per Item)
To do this I create three group. One that show total per Major Clase, other that show total per Minor Clases, and the las onw total per item.

What I want to do is first show only the total per Sales Clase Major,

Sales Clase Major Total Sales
 Fruits $1230.87
 Meat $1349.09

Then if they push Fruits show all the minor clases of Fruits

Sales Clase Major Total Sales
 Fruits $1230.87
     Tropical $ 710.47
      Season $ 520.40
 Meat $1349.09
And the same to the item, if they push Tropical show all the tropical fruits.

How can I do this?

Thanks a lot for you time.

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Create formulas to set up your groups, and then group on your formulas. If you then format the report by hiding the lower groups, you can use drill-down functionality to display the details.

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