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Hi! I'm trying to put together an aggregate query in Access. The purpose of the query is to count records in a table based on a criteria. However, I want the query to show the total records where a certain field is true, and the total where it is false. I want these to show up as two separate columns in the query. However, when I include both criteria and run the query, I get no results. How can I fix this?
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SELECT Copywriter, CatYear, Sum(IIF([Cat Recd] = True, 1, 0)) as [Yes], Sum(IIF([CatRecd] = False, 1, 0)) as [No]
FROM [CatWeb Work]
WHERE CatYear = 2013
GROUP BY CopyWriter, CatYear
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Thanks!
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