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How to output another column in this query

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The following query returns one column and one row with the Total.  How do I display the EID column also?

SELECT Sum(Issue.Closed)+Sum(Issue.Created)+Sum(Kana.Completed) AS Total
FROM Issue INNER JOIN Kana ON (Issue.DateTime = Kana.DateCompleted) AND (Issue.EID = Kana.EID)
WHERE (((Issue.EID)="E173495")) HAVING (((Issue.DateTime)>=#3/20/2014# And (Issue.DateTime)<#4/4/2014#));
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