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Default Crystal Report and Strongly-Typed dataset

I have a crystal report that displays data in a strongly typed dataset. However, I add an additional column to one of the tables when populating the dataset and I need to display this on the report. The problem is that because it is not part of the dataset at design time, I can't see it in the field explorer. I can't seem to change the bindings of any IField objects either.

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