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T-SQL - How to do subtotals?

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Microsoft SQL Server 2005
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I have a table with customers and a customertype.  I would like to get  a subtotal of the number of customer types.  Here is an example.  Note that the "Total" field is not in the database.

Type  Total
Good   100
Bad      25
Other    9

Thank you
Here is what I have done so far... IT does give a total, but not a subtotal by Type.
 
SELECT    CustType
FROM        Customer
ORDER BY CustType
COMPUTE COUNT(CustType)
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