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Crystal Reports XI: Official Guide by Michael Voloshko, Annette Jonker, James Edkins, Neil FitzGerald

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Chapter 10 Using Cross-Tabs for Summarized Reporting

In this chapter

Introduction to Cross-Tabs 250

Benefits of Cross-Tabs 250

Using the Cross-Tab Wizard 252

Using Top N with Cross-Tabs Reports 254

Using Advanced Cross-Tab Features 256

Crystal Reports in the Real World—Advanced Cross-Tabs 262

Introduction to Cross-Tabs

Cross-tabs are highly formatted and densely populated reports that look a lot like a spreadsheet. This chapter gives you an understanding of how and when to use cross-tabs for your reporting needs.

A cross-tab is a fully summarized set of cells in a grid format. It summarizes values both across as well as down. It is a compact representation of information that is grouped on two different axes. There can be more than one level ...

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