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Working with Groups

To this point, your exposure to grouping report data has been limited to using the Report Wizard(s) introduced in Hour 4, “Using the Default Report Wizards,” and a brief introduction to manual grouping in Hour 5. Grouping data in a report facilitates business user analysis and enables meaningful summarizations. Examples of common and useful groupings in reports include

  • Sales Reports that group by Sales Rep, Product Line, Sales District, or Quarter

  • HR Reports that group by Department, Management Level, or Tenure with the company

  • Financial Reports that group by Company Division, Product Line, or Quarter

  • Inventory Reports that group by Part Number, Supplier, or Manufacturing Plant


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