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    Very new to Crystal Reports 2013

    Please forgive my ignorance in advance - I need to change font color of a specific record based on information found in another record. Somethink like this:

    Column 1 Column 2
    x1 75
    x2 74
    x3 72
    x4 75
    x5 75

    x6 72


    Column 1 Column 2
    x1 72
    x2 74
    x3 72
    x4 75
    x5 75
    x6 72

    x1 Column 1 and 2 are the criteria that formatting is based on. If any other record in Column 2 equals the same at Column 2 for record x1, then the formatting would be the same (bold, red). If x1 - Column 2 changes, then the formatting and the number is no longer the same, the formatting would return to the default and another record that now matches x1-Column 2 would take on the formatting. I work with large groups of data that need to have indicators that match specific criteria and is able to change when the data changes.

    I hope I am making sense. I have tried to use a formula without success and the highlighting expert doesn't work this way. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    dsr58

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    Re: Very new to Crystal Reports 2013

    Sorry - I forgot to list that I use Crystal Reports 2013.

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