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How to get the MS access function DSUM to work?

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I am trying to sum the total number of “SubmittedGC” in 2016 on report named “rptMonthlyGoodCatchWinners”. I am using the DSum Function and I get nothing but errors.
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<<on report named “rptMonthlyGoodCatchWinners”>>

I haven't looked at your DB, but be aware that built-in for reports is the ability to do a running sum over a group or report.

For the control that has what your trying to sum, look at the "Running Sum" property.

Jim.
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How much time are we supposed to invest to determine where the error happens?
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Use the report footer - see attached.

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Works Great, thanks
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