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In the process of buidling a database. I have a table called Oracle Extract which contains 2 different tasks. one is services the other are expenses ( Identified by the task column-1101.1 is an expense, 2205.1 is services.
I am creating a report to illustrate various data on the projects (Project Margin Report). I would like to have the total for task 1101.1 to show up in the Actual Expense Text box( Highlighted in Red on Project Margin Report) for each project. Looking for suggestions on the best way to pull this data into the report. Maybe something similiar to an if statement in excel. I tried to write it but cant seem to get it correct.
I have attached the database file

Account-Project-Management.accdb
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You can use this query for collecting expense and services in different columns:
 
SELECT [Oracle Extract].Project, [Oracle Extract].[Employee/Supplier], Sum(IIf([Task]=1011.1,[Oracle Extract]![Quantity],0)) AS ExpQnty, Sum(IIf([Task]=2205.1,[Oracle Extract]![Quantity],0)) AS ServQnty
FROM [Oracle Extract]
GROUP BY [Oracle Extract].Project, [Oracle Extract].[Employee/Supplier];

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Change field if you like to sum other then quantity
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I did not get the problem , please more explainsion
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Thanks for this. It got me around the problem i was having in trying to do seperate queries since the column header was being duplicated in the report. Thanks
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