Report - Change from Columnar to Tabular

Moxioron

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Hello all.

Is there an easy way to change report that is Columnar format to tabular?

I want the headers on the left side of the report.

Thanks for your help.
 

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SydneyGeek

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It depends how the data is set up. What sort of query is used for the report?
If it's a crosstab, build another crosstab that swaps the column headers down to row headers.
If it's a more regular query, run through the wizard and adjust the grouping / sorting to suit.

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