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Constituency Example

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* Find the [[Crash Location Small Area]] [[dimension]] (as in the screen shot above), and click on the plus sign to the left of its name to expand it.
* Find the [[Crash Location Small Area]] [[dimension]] (as in the screen shot above), and click on the plus sign to the left of its name to expand it.
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* Scroll down to find the [[constituencies]] listed in different ways. The three elements give a single set of headings (full name, abbreviated name or official code); the [[hierarchy]] (pyramid symbol) gives multi-level headings that can be drilled down through. In this example, we have used official full names.
* Scroll down to find the [[constituencies]] listed in different ways. The three elements give a single set of headings (full name, abbreviated name or official code); the [[hierarchy]] (pyramid symbol) gives multi-level headings that can be drilled down through. In this example, we have used official full names.
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* Click on OK and a list of the [[constituencies]] in the given [[Crash Location]] area of Birmingham (in this case) will appear
* Click on OK and a list of the [[constituencies]] in the given [[Crash Location]] area of Birmingham (in this case) will appear
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Current revision as of 12:35, 7 March 2014

Follow these steps to add constituencies to your reports.

image:ConstituencyExample1.png

  • Scroll down to find the constituencies listed in different ways. The three elements give a single set of headings (full name, abbreviated name or official code); the hierarchy (pyramid symbol) gives multi-level headings that can be drilled down through. In this example, we have used official full names.

image:ConstituencyExample2.png

image:ConstituencyExample3.png

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