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Access Report issue

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Issue:
I am creating a report that I want running sums in. The problem is that the field I am summing has 3 different entries that I need to sum. I have tried doing the IIF statement, but it doesn't seem to work.

Pertinent information:

Access 2003
Report pulls data from 1 query
data pulled is location, employee, several workstation related fields and an ITEMID field which has the data I need to sum

right now it will group on Location > Employee.
It lists all workstation details related to the Employee.
ItemID holds "type" of workstation (Laptop, desktop,terminal services client...)
I want to have my report display the sums of each of these types based on employee.
I have a display that shows the sum of each type of workstation. It adds each one up together (I have 3 desktops, 1 laptop & 2 TS clients - it displays each sum as being 6 total)

What I have found out:

the running sum will not work because it grabs an increment for each time ANY data in the ITEMID field is displayed.

How can I increment each type of workstation seperately so that it will show 1 desktop, 3 laptops and 2 TS clients?

Excuse me if I psted in the wrong place, but I felt that VB would be the way to handle this.

Thanks in advance
Feb 5 '08 #1
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Your question is little complex and noone answered it because they might not be getting what you are actually looking for. I think it will be easy to understand your problem if you present your tables with sample entries and your desired output with sample results. I read your post about three times and I am still unsure I get your right or not.
Kind Regards
Feb 22 '08 #2

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