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Help needed w/Crosstab Query and Col Values

I am trying to get either the counts of or sum of data from a table
with gift amounts to display within certain ranges (e.g., $1-$99,
$100-$199, etc.) . The query is as follows:

TRANSFORM Sum(tblGifts.Gi ftAmt) AS [The Value]
SELECT tblGifts.MtypeI D, Sum(tblGifts.Gi ftAmt) AS [Total Of GiftAmt]
FROM tblGifts
GROUP BY tblGifts.MtypeI D
PIVOT Partition(Val([tblGifts].[GiftAmt]),0,1000,100) In ("$1 - $99",
"$100 - $199", "$200 - $299", "$300 - $399", "$400 - $ 499");

However, I get nothing displayed in any of the columns except the
SumOfGiftAmt column? I had hoped to have either a count or total in
each "$" column. However, no matter what I try, I cannot get it to
work.

Any and all help is appreciated.

TC

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