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Old February 10th, 2005, 09:03 AM
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 I am facing one technical problem regarding crystal report





    I am having multiple column in a report like as follows :



     Net Wt Net wt

      1 4

      2 5

      3 6



   Total: 21



  But we want it in the following fashion:



                Net Wt Net wt

                    1 4

                    2 5

                    3 6



Total: 6 15



Please let me know how to do that.



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1. You can create formulas in crystal reports. I think it is Insert >> Formula.

2. Otherway is to pass the total as variable to crystal reports. So that you can directly display the value in the total column.

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Use 'Running Total Fields' from the report's field explorer. This facilitates adding all values of a column's values.

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p_gauri7 suggestion will not help if u r using multiple columns.
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