Access 2003 Query

Hello Experts,

Attached is my budget database for 2016.  There is a table called PartForecast.  I need a query that will group the Customer Codes and sum the months times the price for Fiscal Year 2016.  Your assistance with this matter will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks and best regards!
PSI_Budget_2016.zip
Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAsked:
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Can you show us the query that you've created, and tell us the troubles you're having with it?

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Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
The query I created is dated today and is called PartForecastTest it is a select query.  However when I run it the dollar values it generates are not correct.  It is like it is pulling all of the Fiscal Years and not just 2016.
Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Here is the SQL view SELECT PartForecast.Custcode, Sum([Jan]+[Feb]+[Mar]+[Apr]+[May]+[Jun]+[Jul]+[Aug]+[Sep]+[Oct]+[Nov]+[Dec]*[Price]) AS Expr1, PartForecast.FiscalYear
FROM PartForecast
GROUP BY PartForecast.Custcode, PartForecast.FiscalYear
HAVING (((PartForecast.FiscalYear)=2016));
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Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
If the query worked correctly the total dollar value should be approximatley24,133,000.
ThomasMcA2Commented:
Move your selection from the HAVING clause to the WHERE clause, like this:

SELECT PartForecast.Custcode, Sum([Jan]+[Feb]+[Mar]+[Apr]+[May]+[Jun]+[Jul]+[Aug]+[Sep]+[Oct]+[Nov]+[Dec]*[Price]) AS Expr1, PartForecast.FiscalYear
FROM PartForecast
WHERE PartForecast.FiscalYear=2016
GROUP BY PartForecast.Custcode, PartForecast.FiscalYear
;
Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
I tried your suggestion  but the values are still grossly exaggerated.  When I ran it the dollar value equaled $137,502,094.76 when it should be approximately $24,133,000.00.
ThomasMcA2Commented:
For testing and validation, remove the GROUP BY clause and the SUM() in the SELECT clause. I like to download data that I need to validate into Excel, which makes it easy to sum an entire column.

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Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
I figured out what was causing the issue.  Thanks!
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