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Using Crystal Reports in Projects you create

A report added to a Visual Basic or C# project is a "strongly-typed" report. A report source file, containing a report class specific to this report, is automatically created for it. This report class has ReportClass as its base class. For more information on the ReportClass class, please refer to the derived class ReportDocument .
The report source file also shows sections of the Crystal report. These sections should not be modified.
The report source file has the extension .cs for a Visual C# project, and .vb for a Visual Basic project. This file is normally hidden. You can click the Show All Files icon to list it (e.g., under CrystalReport1.rpt) in the Solution Explorer.

Setting the Default Format Options

After adding fields to a report, you frequently have to format each one to the proper font, alignment, format, etc. If a report has settings that are consistent across multiple reports, you can set the default properties that are applied to each field.
The Options dialog box has two tabs that set formatting properties. The first is the Fields tab shown in Figure 2-3

Finishing the Report

You should see the Crystal Report Designer containing all the field names placed into the Page Header, and Field values being placed into the Detail section.  Each Group Header and Footer contains the name of the Group.  You would also notice that the Group 2 Header, Detail Section and Group 2 Footer sections are shaded. The shading implies that these sections are initially hidden and can be viewed only by drilling down to it.

How to use Crystal Xcelsius (Flash)

Crystal Xcelsius Report Training: Find out about Crystal Xcelsius from an end user perspective using a sales based Excel spreadsheet as a starting place. Steps include: Importing the spreadsheet, creating an interactive dashboard and finally exporting to PowerPoint.

Working with Dynamic Parameter Fields in Crystal Report

One of the most exciting new features on Crystal Reports XI is dynamic parameter fields. With previous versions of Crystal Reports you could browse your data source for a list of values to select from, but this was only available at design time. When you viewed the report again, the same list of values saved with the report would be displayed. This worked out well for "static" values (like a list of states, for example) but for more dynamic values, this was problematic.

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