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MS Access 07 How to create a Pareto Chart in a report

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I have successfully created a chart with the following query.

SELECT Sum(TBCSum) AS [Torch/Burn/Clamp Marks], Sum(MissingWelds) AS [Missing Welds], Sum(AirInWeld) AS [Air In Weld], Sum(HoleInWeld) AS [Hole In Weld], Sum(HammerMarks) AS [Hammer Marks], Sum(Rewelds) AS [Re welds], Sum(TackMarks) AS [Tack Marks], Sum(TorchMarks) AS [Torch Marks], Sum(MissPartsProd) AS [Missing Parts Prod], Sum(WBPartsInstalled) AS [Wrong/Bad Parts Installed], Sum(MissPartsEng) AS [Missing Parts Eng], Sum(BurnThrough) AS [Burn Through], Sum(PartsInWrongLoc) AS [Parts In Wrong Location], Sum(Blend) AS [Weld Blend], Sum(Guber) AS [Weld Guber], Sum(Washout) AS [Weld Washout]
FROM WeldFrequency;

I'm basically getting the sum of all the fields in the table.  How do I make this into a Pareto chart?

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