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Hi...

(Access 2010)

I'm trying to get values to group by a date, but it won't let me, please tell me what i'm missing?

SELECT DSPENT,  Fee1, Fee2
FROM qry13_1
GROUP BY DSpent

I want the data for both to be listed under the actual month (one line per month/year with the total)

Query13_1:

DSpent                        Fee1      Fee2
March 2013      $5.00      $0.00
March 2013      $5.00      $0.00
April 2013                        $0.00      $1.00
April 2013                         $5.00      $0.00

tnx
~j
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Nevermind...

SELECT DSPENT,  SUM(VantivFee) as VanFee, SUM(VantivReturnFee) as VanRetFee
FROM qry13_1
GROUP BY DSpent
ORDER BY DSpent

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