Crystal Reports – Control Breaks and variables

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In my report I have 3 groups(Control Brekas): Bank1, Bank2, Branch. Bank1 is for the whole Bank Bank2 is for the District Branch is for the Branch within Bank2 At control break time for Bank2 the last Branch information is printed on the total page. This includes the Branch Name and Number. The Bank2 and Branch information are variables that are declared and loaded. My problem is what do I need to do to clear out the Branch information on the title page when Crystal is printing out the total information for Bank2. Example: ---------------------------------------- TITLE Bank1: @Bank1Number @Bank1Name TITLE Page 1 of 999 Bank2: @Bank2Number @Bank2Name Branch: @BranchNumber @BranchName ------------------------------------------- Control #1 Bank1 ------------------------------------------- Control #2 Bank2 ------------------------------------------- Control #3 Branch ------------------------------------------- DETAIL LINE -------------------------------------------
ASKED: November 18, 2008  3:27 PM
UPDATED: November 18, 2008  3:37 PM

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