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How do use group by in ms access 2003

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I'm looking to group by item id, but instead my query is listing every transaction from 2010. I want the query to sum all qty's sold for each item in 2010 screenshot of query
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Try this:

Under the Time column, change Group By to WHERE and uncheck the box

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Thanks. Your solution worked perfectly.. Also thanks for replying back so quickly
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