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Hide Totals or Subtotals

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Each report using a crosstab display shows a row and column with the total value of each category.  If you do not want this summary row or column in the report, you can hide the summaries.

When you add nested categories to a report using a crosstab display, FedScope adds a subtotal summary row or column for each level of child categories so that you can see how each level of categories rolls up to the next level. If you do not want the subtotal summary row or column visible in your report, you can hide the summaries.

Hiding totals or subtotals affects only reports using a crosstab or indented crosstab display.

Steps to Hide Totals
  1. In the FedScope display, right-click a total summary row or a total summary column, and then click Hide/Show.
  2. In the Hide/Show dialog box, clear the Show Summaries check box and click OK.

The total summary row or column is no longer visible in the display.

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Steps to Hide Subtotals
  1. In the FedScope display, right-click one subtotal summary row or one subtotal summary column, and then click Hide/Show.
  2. In the Hide/Show dialog box, clear the Show Summaries check box and click OK.

The subtotal summary rows or columns are no longer visible in the display.

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