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Form Totals

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Is there a way to automate multiple column totals in a form (variable no. of columns) not using a split form,(ie Tabular format)
May 27 '15 #1
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Your question is very light, ironically enough. Too little detail to work with easily.

If I guess correctly though, you could add a matching control in the Header section of the form for each column you want summed in the Detail section.
May 28 '15 #2

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Hi. Thanks for your reply. Lets say the columns are the last 14 days with 20 rows of values. Need a total value by date for each day.
May 28 '15 #3

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Lets say the columns are the last 14 days with 20 rows of values
I'm not sure what that's supposed to tell me, but I see nothing to indicate my earlier advice is off the mark any.

Let us know how you get on with that.
May 29 '15 #4

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Without more information, the only answer I have is to run the Query Wizard and create a Crosstab Query.
May 29 '15 #5

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It's a form from a crosstab query. The form does not take the totals.
May 29 '15 #6

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