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Show top X values in an Access report in a detail or group header section

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Hello,

I'm trying to show the top 10 values for the details in a group called Class Group Name.  I don't know if they will want to move up a summary up to groupheader2.

I'm using Access 2013.

Thank you.
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Create a nested report. Use a group by query to get the grouping columns. Use a TOP 10 clause for the details report. And correlate the details report by using a lookup.
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That should work great.  Thank you.
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I think this will work beautifully for my purposes.
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