Crystal Reports(R) 9: The Complete Reference

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Mcgraw-hill, Nov 19, 2002 - Computers - 880 pages
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Create winning presentations and reports using the most powerful data analysis tool and this comprehensive guide. This book explains how to use the software to analyze and format data, generate reports, perform advanced interactive reporting from the Web, and much more, making it the ultimate one-stop Crystal Reports resource.

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Contents

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Getting the Feel of Crystal Reports 9
9
Enhancing Appearance with Text Objects
33
Sorting and Grouping
43
Creating Geographic Maps
79
Using Formulas
97
Creating Custom Functions
175
The Repository
191
Crystal Reports 9 on the
551
Crystal Reports and Microsoft Active Server Pages
575
Developing Custom Window Applications
715
The Report Designer Component
722
Adding the RDC to Your Project
730
The RDC Object Model
739
Providing Database Login Credentials
745
Changing Text Objects at Run Time
751

Analyzing with Advanced Selection Criteria
209
Making Your Reports Visually Appealing
225
Using Sections and Areas
257
Analyzing with CrossTabs
289
Creating Charts
321
Using Subreports
359
Linked Subreports
367
Viewer Interaction with Parameter Fields
385
Choosing Output Destinations
762
Error Handling
774
Creating New Reports at Run Time
780
Distributing RDC Applications
792
A Installing and Configuring Crystal Reports
821
Index
829
Copyright

About the author (2002)

George Peck is a software trainer, consultant, and developer with more than 20 years in the computer industry. Peck is certified by Crystal Decisions as both a trainer and consultant for Crystal Reports 8.5, Crystal Enterprise, and Seagate Info. He is a recipient of the Crystal Decisions Training Partner of the Year award.

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