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display month totals in report and have 1 display for january, 2 for feb, etc..

Posted on 2012-04-13
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hello I am attaching sample database-
open database and open rpt1
the report displays totals for each month-
I have an empty field in report called [month]-
is there a way to have 1 display in that field for january- 2 for february, etc..
thank you
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=format(Ndate,"m")

Added to the report.
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thank you
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You could also create a query based on your table that has this formula, then base the report on the query.  Having this formula in your report/group footers might not turn out so well if you increase the complexity of the report.
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