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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by CSkoog, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. CSkoog

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    I have a table that has installment frequencies IE Annually, Monthly, Single
    Installment. I need to sum by those frequenices. I have SUM in the total
    line and just need to know what to put into the criteria IE: = "Monthly,
    ""Annually","Single Installment"
     
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  3. Jeff Boyce

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    Do you have raw data, or does your table have data aggregated by your
    "frequencies".

    What are you trying to "sum"?

    What "total line"?

    What "criteria"?

    We aren't there, we can't see what you're doing.

    More info, please...

    Jeff Boyce
    Microsoft Office/Access MVP

    "CSkoog" <CSkoog@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:DB0BC322-CD4B-4DA9-AB43-9A03A4A23300@microsoft.com...
    >I have a table that has installment frequencies IE Annually, Monthly,
    >Single
    > Installment. I need to sum by those frequenices. I have SUM in the total
    > line and just need to know what to put into the criteria IE: = "Monthly,
    > ""Annually","Single Installment"
     
  4. Jerry Porter

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    I'm not sure what you want to sum. If you're writing a totals query to
    find out how many records you have each frequency, then:

    1. Leave the criteria row blank
    2. Include a column with the frequency field in Field Row
    3. In the Totals row, select Group By
    4. Create a 2nd column with frequency in the Field Row (or any field
    that's never blank)
    5. In the Totals row, select Count

    If you want the totals in some other field, then include that field,
    with Sum in the Totals row.

    Only use the criteria row if there are records you don't want counted
    or summed. Use the criteria to select the ones you do want to count.

    Jerry
     

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