For example, we could say IF three plus to equals five, then the answer is yes. With this type of IF statement, if three plus two equaled five, Crystal Reports would put" yes" in the formula field. To learn to work with the IF statement in Crystal Reports, we are going to use our report below as an example.
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If you ever want to edit the sorting order of groups, select a group in your report, then go to ReportGroup Expert. Click the Options button. You can then change the data field used to group the data andor the sorting order.
I have a formula in a group level of a report that sums the detail of the wages for an employee If Sum (@TotalHrs, @LastName FirstName)40 then Sum (@TotalHrs, @LastName FirstName)