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ssum for each month

ssum for each month

ssum for each month

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i need to total numbers from each day of the month,every month,by month,quarter and year. 1/1/07 - 5,1/2/07 - 2.....2/1/07 - 3,2/2/07 -6.....
totals for jan                 totals for feb
     7                                9

i have totals but cant seem to figure out by month....

RE: ssum for each month

Create a calculated field MoGroup = Combine(Year(yourdatefield),'-',NumToText(Month(yourdatefield),'00')

You can now use this field to group your records on a report to get a monthly total within each year.

If you want all months across a total panel based on a year, you could set up a series of calculated fields similar to this:

JanTot = Ssum(If(Month(yourdatefield) = 1,youramtfield,0))

FebTot = Ssum(If(Month(yourdatefield) = 2,youramtfield,0))

etc...

Sue Sloan

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