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Access 2007 - How do I create a cumulative sum for a field in a number of records

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I have an SQL database which is the backend for my helpdesk system.
I need to do some reporting and need some advice.

I have a report which will take data from various tables.
I have created a query to show the following

TICKET_ID
BILLING_MINUTES

This returns a number of rows similar to the info below

TICKET_ID     BILLING_MINUTES
101100          60
101100          30
101100          30
101101          60
and so on. . . .

I want the query to return a sum for each TICKET_ID such as..
101100          120
101101          60

You advice on how to do this is apprciated.


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