When building a report, you’ll often want to hide entire rows, columns, or even worksheets – all based on some criteria that may or may not be present. For instance, do you only want the report to show the list of customers that return a positive balance? How about hiding worksheets of vendors you don’t have outstanding orders with? Instead of lengthy workarounds, or even worse, maintaining multiple reports, you can use conditional hiding. In this session, learn how to create smarter reports using Jet Reports’ conditional hide, why this feature can be so powerful, and when you might want to use it. Additionally, we will discuss the best practices of using conditional hide to maintain report performance.