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Sub totals in access tables 2007

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How do you use subtotals at the end of a table to see amts of a coulumn without having to pull the table into a qry to get the amt?
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...If this is for the entire table, then you want a total (not really a sub total...)

In Access 2007 and newer, In datasheet view, on the ribbon navigate to: Home-->Records-->Totals

Then you will get a dropdown box at the bottom of the table (you may have to scroll down to see it)
In the field you want click in the dropdown box and select "Sum"
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Yes, nice big screenshots in that one...
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