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Good afternoon all,
I have inherited a dashboard and trying to make improvements, but Access is a new world for me. I have a Form that lists the top 25 groups dependent upon the mean time between demand. Each group within these 25 has X number of parts within each group. I want to be able to set each group up with a little plus sign that will allow me to drop down the parts under that group that are sorted by the same mean time between demand to better narrow in on what part is pushing this group to the higher spot. Am I making sense? Thanks in advance!
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