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Old May 3rd, 2007, 06:14 AM
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Hiya folks! Anyone know how to create a running sum in a subform?

For example:

Shop # QuantityProducts RunningTotal
Shop 1 3 3
Shop 2 7 10
Shop 3 2 12

Thanks!!!

 
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There is a Running Sum property for text boxes in reports (Properties > Data tab, Running Sum (No, Over Group, Over All), but I don't think you can do this in a datasheet view on a form. Anyone else?


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Sorry for the delayed reply! Thank you!!! I wasnt able to find a solution to this anywhere....but as you said it exists on Reports, but not on forms...oh well... maybe Bill Gates will introduce this in Office 2011! :)






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