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Budget Variance

<p>I am trying to design a a budget report using cross tabs. Our company likes the layout of them. I have beed led to believe that this budget report could be beyond the capability of Crystal Reports. I do not want to use mock cross tabs. It would just be easier to export the report to Excel. The issue is as follows:</p><p>For example, I have 3 accounts. They are Computer Expenditures, Stationary and Sundries. I have grouped them in the database as Office Supplies. The sum is displaying correctly in the cross tab. The total for January is 1,000. I then create the Budget amount for the office supplies using a number variable. I use the running total expert to Evaluate for each department and to reset for each month or period. The total displays correctly. The total for Dept A & B is $800. I can&#39;t get the difference of $200. The report is as follows:</p><p> <strong>January</strong> </p><p>Office Supplies 1,000 (records database)</p><p> 800 (Budget Amt)</p><p>How do I get the difference of $200 for this cross tab? What the report does is it takes the difference for each record or row and then sums it. I want to take away the the sum of these records. Has anyone got a solution for this issue. </p>

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 01:59 AM

    I have posted this question to the Report Design forum. I think you might have better luck there.

    See my post:

    http://diamond.businessobjects.com/node/899

    Rob Horne
    Rob's blog - http://diamond.businessobjects.com/blog/10>

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