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how to create a sub-totals in point of sale

how to create a sub-totals in point of sale

how to create a sub-totals in point of sale

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I am creating a point of sale database.
I am needing help with creating a sub-total from a sub form.

the sub total has to come from FRMTRANSACTIONDETAILSSUB i have managed to create a line total in this form BUT i need it to create a sub total of the relevant lines.

Your help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: how to create a sub-totals in point of sale

What is a "relevant line"? Since it's a subform, all records would be the same(meaning their structure would be the same; i.e. qty, productid, price). Could you be a little more descriptive of exactly what you're looking?

RE: how to create a sub-totals in point of sale

Place a text box in the form footer. Its control source (which can be easily created with the builder feature) might look something like:
    =Sum(([Quantity]*([Unit Price]-([Unit Price]*[Discount]))))
if you were after the sum of the line totals. Hope this helps!

Gord
ghubbell@total.net

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