How to put Table Record Count on an Access Report

Hi Experts,
Thanks for your time.
I have created an access report that show the records from Table A in the report detail part of the report. On the PAge Header of the access report I also want to show the count of rows present in Table A. How do I do that? If I put a text box with the ControlSource =COUNT([Table A]![Field 1] then it gives #error when I run the report.

This may be very easy but I am not able to get it !!!!

Thanks again.
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database Architect / Systems AnalystCommented:
=DCount("*", "[Table A]")

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spattewarAuthor Commented:
Thanks. That works great!!!!

And what if I want to get the recordcount from a Query instead of a table.

I appreciate your help.
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spattewarAuthor Commented:
THIS IS FANTASTIC.

I was able to get the count by replacing the table name with the query name. I spent so much time on this and at the end your help did it.

Thank you very much!!!

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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database Architect / Systems AnalystCommented:
you are welcome. Yes ... table or query name works.

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