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How Do I Create a Conditionally Formatted Cross Tab in Crystal Reports?

Last week a client asked "How Do I Create a Conditionally Formatted Cross Tab in Crystal Reports?"


  1. Create the cross-tab

  2. Right click on the Summarised Area Field of the cross tab

  3. Select the Format Field menu option

  4. In the Format Editor dialog box, click on the Border Tab

  5. Press the Conditional Format button [x+2] button for the Color - Background option

  6. In the Formula Workshop enter the following formula:

    If CurrentFieldValue > 10000 then CrLime else CrNoColor

  7. Press the [Save & Close] button

  8. Press the OK button of the Format Editor dialog box

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