Formula totals wrong when drilldown

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Crystal Reports
crystal reports 2011
Crystal Reports formulas
The format of my report is:   GH1, GH2, GH3, D, GF3, GF2, GF1   I have a formula fields calculating manual running totals for groups 1 and 1. Groups2 and 3 are hidden from report but allow drilldown. When I run report, GF1 running totals are fine. If I then doubleclick on GF1, the GF2 details including its manual running total is displayed. However both the GF2 and GF1 manual running totals are now displaying the wrong values.   If I amend the report to display all GF (i.e. no hidden sections) all the manual running totals are displayed correctly.   I've been banging my head off a brick wall on this for hours now, so would appreciate any assistance/suggestions anyone can provide.

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Crystal Reports 2011
ASKED: August 23, 2013  8:50 AM
UPDATED: August 23, 2013  11:51 AM

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