troubleshooting Question

Add Totals row to crostab query in Access

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Keran O'Brien asked on
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I use the following pivot query in Access database to track the daily work rate of 9 teams:

TRANSFORM Count(Master.Actual) AS Units
SELECT Master.Actual
FROM Teams INNER JOIN Master ON Teams.ID = Master.Teams_ID
WHERE (((Master.Actual) Is Not Null))
GROUP BY Master.Actual

This gives me the dataset in the attached picture..
 Datatable produced by the Query
I have spent way too long trying to add a row to the bottom of that dataset to show the totals..can anyone help / explain? (i am aware there is a totals button in Access 2007 but this is not the solution)

Thanks for reading
Lambert Heenan
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