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I'm working with a dataset of transactions, grouped by invoice number, in order to get items for an batch invoice report. In the page footer, I'm not allowed to use data from the dataset (or can't figure out how to do it).

This makes it impossible to include things like 'invoice number' or 'amount due' to be in the page footer as part of a 'Remit To' stub.

Any ideas?

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