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How do I create a total at the bottom of a Reports in Access 2010

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I would like to create a total in the footer of a report, but looks like this isn't possible.

Does anyone know another way I can show a total at the very bottom of a report?
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check this out:

Show totals at bottom of report
http://access.mvps.org/access/reports/rpt0004.htm
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Perfect - thank you :)
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