Hi. I have an equipment/maintenance Tracking database. I've created a form with 2 unbound fields. The fields are referenced in a date field on a query to create a date range for a report run. The report displays/prints all data that meets my criteria within the specified date range. (All open maintenance due within date range). I'm being asked for a percentage of open records due within my date range over all open maintenance records. For instance; In August I have 30 records due but I have 248 open maintenance records total so I need to display the percentage (12%) in the report footer of the existing report. Best I can think of is usign a subrepoert but this gives me a of of extra paper. Is there any way to pull the total open count into this report that is already specific to only a range of data?
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