This Crystal Reports book explains how to select and gather pertinent business data, organize it into manageable groups, and assemble it into user-friendly business reports. For users at any level, you will learn how to improve report interactivity, solve complex reporting problems with cross-tabs and subreports, integrate Crystal Xcelsius dashboards, reduce development time, and publish your results to Web and Windows applications.
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Crystal Reports Training Book | Instructor Guides by Vision Harvest
New in new dust jacket. 330 p. If you have used Crystal Reports XI or higher to create basic list reports, create a parameter field or create reports that has a few groups and totals, but now need to take your report design skills to the next level, this is the book for you. This book picks up where our Crystal Reports beginners books leave off. In this book you will learn how to create formulas for many of the options on the Format Editor to add conditional formatting, create cross-tab reports, enhance parameter fields with formulas to allow the user more interaction with the report, create subreports, use functions in formulas and much more. Like our beginners books on Crystal Reports, this book is also in step-by-step format. This book will show you how to design more sophisticated reports by creating a variety of formulas.