How to stop GF1 info from disappearing

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Crystal Reports 2004
Crystal Reports XI
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I am using Crystal Reports 2004, version 11.0.0.895. I am writing a report that groups by two fields Customer Name and Invoice Number. Customer Number is Group 1 and Invoice Number is Group 2. I am trying to just show the summary information from Group 1, which sums the information in Group 2. I hide GH1 and GF1 still shows up fine. If I hide either GH2 or GF2, GF1 still shows up fine. If I hide both GH2 and GF2, then the first line of GF1 disappears. The grand totals at the very bottom still reflect all the information, but only the first line is gone. How can I get the first line to stay visable?
ASKED: July 22, 2008  6:54 PM
UPDATED: July 22, 2008  7:11 PM

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