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    Posted: 01 September 2010 at 6:53am
Hi,
 
  Please help me How to export group summary rows to Excel?
 
  I need only group row summary only not all Data...! 
 
 Thanks in Advance...! 
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Similar to my other answer for Expanding the first level nodes. The .Records will contain all "summary" rows only. The .Childs collection will have the rest of the rows under each Record.
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Hi Hemesh ,
 
 I am able to loop through summary rows...!
 
It simply loops through All Group Rows including Sub Groups...!
 
But how to find out wheter it is a group row or sub group row and tree Level ?
 
Any Idea? 
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The only way I can think of is to check the .Parent in a recursive function. If the .Parent is nothing, it's the Top Level, so for whatever level you are checking at have a counter that will check the .Parent level until it reaches 'Nothing'. When it reaches this, check the counter is >1 for a sub group, =1 for a group and =0 for the parent.
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