Access 2003 Query

I have a query that is summing the sales dollars for the year 2016 it looks like this SELECT PartForecast.Custcode, Sum(([Jan]+[Feb]+[Mar]+[Apr]+[May]+[Jun]+[Jul]+[Aug]+[Sep]+[Oct]+[Nov]+[Dec])*[Price]) AS Expr1
FROM PartForecast
WHERE (((PartForecast.FiscalYear)=2016))
GROUP BY PartForecast.Custcode;  

How can I total the Sum of Expr1 to get the total of all sales dollars for all companies in this same query?
Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAsked:
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
First, I will say that you have an "un-normalized design there.
So while there most certainly will be a solution here, ...your design will complicate things...

Can you post a graphical example of the output you are expecting?
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You could try:
SELECT 
    PartForecast.Custcode, 
    Sum(([Jan]+[Feb]+[Mar]+[Apr]+[May]+[Jun]+[Jul]+[Aug]+[Sep]+[Oct]+[Nov]+[Dec])*[Price]) AS TotalCustomer,
    DSum("([Jan]+[Feb]+[Mar]+[Apr]+[May]+[Jun]+[Jul]+[Aug]+[Sep]+[Oct]+[Nov]+[Dec])*[Price]", "PartForecast", "[FiscalYear]=2016") As TotalAll
FROM 
    PartForecast
WHERE 
    PartForecast.FiscalYear=2016
GROUP BY 
    PartForecast.Custcode;  

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Steve EckermanSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the great answer Experts!
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You are welcome!

/gustav
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