In general, summary records work pretty much the way they do in single user databases. You can use the Summarize & Analyze Dialog to create summary records, or you can manually create them with the commands in the Field>Analyze submenu. When you’re done with the summary records you can use the Remove Summaries command to remove them (synchronizing will also remove the summary records). All of this happens on your local computer — no one else on the network can see your summaries, and different users on the network can do the same or different summaries simultaneously.
Like summary records, these workshops work exactly the same as they do in a single-user database. All summary and cross tab calculations are performed independently on each local database, in other words, each database user can perform his or her own summary and cross tab analyses.
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