Posted On: Apr 08, 2020
Yes, we can. Two crosstabs can be grouped as they behave and look as one crosstab. Grouping crosstabs move closer together without any space between them. The row axis builds the common axis of the crosstabs that are grouped. The grouping is triggered by the master crosstabs and also it determines the common crosstab structure.
According to the interaction point of view from the users, the grouped crosstabs act as the one entity. The functionality that is offered within the context and ribbon menu is adjusted as per the unified behavior of the crosstabs that are grouped. Only their rows axis within the crosstabs can create the common axis.
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