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Forum: Access January 14th, 2009, 02:48 AM
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Posted By Old Pedant
What do the labels say now??? I would *HOPE*...

What do the labels say now???

I would *HOPE* that the chart is smart enough to pick up the names from your SQL query. Which means you SHOULD be able do do

SELECT Sum(Abs([Complete])) AS...
Forum: Access January 13th, 2009, 09:27 AM
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Posted By mmcdonal
Here is what I did. I created a table with...

Here is what I did.

I created a table with a Yes/No field, and populated it with sample data.

I then created a query that looks like this:

Query1:
SELECT Count(Table1.SampleID) AS...
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