Calculated Fields

reemoe

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Hello,

Is one able to use the SUMIF function in a calculated field in an Access report?

Thanks in advance,
Ryan
 

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Andrew Fergus

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Hi Ryan

The short answer is yes.

If you want to sum a calculated field then you repeat the original formula inside a Sum() function, for example, if your original formula in the calculated field is =[Field1]*[Field2] then the control source for the sum of the calcualted field will be =Sum([Field1]*[Field2]) in the report or section footer.

If you want a conditional sum, then your formula might look like something like this : =Sum(Iif([Field1]>0,[Field1],0))

I trust I understood your question correctly?

Andrew
 

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