Depending on how you format your FRx reports, you may want to skip FRx Service Pack 10. Consider these 3 questions:
1. Do you round your FRx reports to dollars?
2. Do you want to have the dollar sign ($) on only certain rows (such as the first and last row)?
3. Do you have reports with columns that have different formats (for example: amount columns and percent columns)?
If you answer is "Yes" to all three questions, you don't want to install FRx Service Pack 10. With SP10, FRx prints amounts with 2 decimals for rows that have "CS" in the print control field. You can add a format mask to the TOT or CAL rows that you want a dollar sign on, but that will mess up the columns that should have a different format, such as the % columns. You can, format the amount columns on the column layout but that would result in dollar signs being on every singe row.
Microsoft Tech Support has said that this issue might be fixed with FRx Service Pack 11. I sure hope so!