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Access 2003, Need Report To Show Total Count

Access 2003, Need Report To Show Total Count
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At work, we use an access database to track our computer inventory. I have created a report that shows a list of the computers, but I would love for this report to show the number of computers we have. I'm not sure if this is done on the report, the table, or both.
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Count Values in Totals for Reports

How does count values for totals in layout view work? I was hoping that it would count unique values in a column - but it does not appear to. I have an ID number column in my report - and the report is sorted by date. The same person/ID can have activity on several different dates. so they can have multiple rows in the report. I am trying to count each unique ID number in this report so I can provide a unique headcount for this report. I tried count values, and it gives me the same number as count records. Is there a way to count unique values in a column to show a total at the end of the report

Access 2003 reports in forms and record counts

First off, and I'm sure this is incredibly easy but I can't seem to find a way, I have an existing table with around 5 thousand entries and I'm looking to run reports that return the total number of records for certain criteria, my background is in Excel and I know how to do what I want in that easily enough and for just nowI've put a non visible box with control source as =1 and a grand total box in the report footer with control source as =[record count].

This kind of works ok apart from still returning avalue of 1 when no records show up and that it's just a clumsy work around so could anyone give any help on how to do this better?
Also I'm looking to have reports as normal but also the option to just view a summary form with only what criteria has been used and a total record count so help with this would also be very much appreciated.

Oh one last thing, is there any way to change a report title based on criteria used, I.e. I want a report title to be "Total Outputs between [Start Date] and [End Date]" or something along those lines.

Access 2007-Report by Month; Year to Date Total

Returning Access user after a two-year absence.

Report to show the following:

Month | Count Expected Shorted Over
Jan | 100 | 200 | 100
Feb | 250 | 200 | 50
Mar | 50 | 200 | 150

Yearly Total: 400 | 200 | 250 | 50

Count is the number of appointments scheduled for a month. I know how to get the calculations done. It is showing the constant data that I don't remember how to.

Would it be best to query the data for a count and then actually place the above data on a worksheet in Excel?

Counts & Calcuations in Select Query

I have a simple select query using one table and the fields below:

Company Name
Decision Code

I need to show by COMPANY the Total count of DECISION CODES and of those the Total count that were "REJECT".

I would then like to take the Total Reject and / Total Number for a percentage.

Company Description Total Count Reject Count Percentage
Example: Acxiom 123acx 1,273 53 4.16%

I havn't used Access since 03 and am trying to get back in the saddle

Not Null Count

I'm having some issues with a count function within my report. My report is a set of flights grouped by commander. Within the commander footer I want to show the percentage of their flights for which there is an attached comment. At the minute however I am unable to even count the number of Not Null entries in the comment field. The expression I'm using is

=Count(Not IsNull(Trim$([Comments])))
however this is simply giving the total count including all the blank entries.

New page generates for count total

In Access 2007, I created a report list that counts the number of records. I made the list two columns. However, the count total is generated on a new page, not below the last record at the end of the second column.

There is space for it (The second column ends about half-way down the page). How do I get the record count total to display under the last record listed instead ofa new page?

Total a column, data type is causing problem

I have a inventory count column called sum(the amount of stock), a price column, and a total column
sum price total
1 $10 $10
0 $5 $0
2 $2 $4

what I'd like is for a grand total to be shown in a report or at the bottom, for this example, $14

the total column is made with a query, multiplying price and sum sum is also a query, adding up the total amount of different stock

currently I had to re-format my total column Total:Format(price*sum),'currency'

When I have tried to do this, I clicked the total button, but my only option is for a count, I need to sum the values, not count how many there are. I am pretty sure it is because the totalcolumn is not actually a price format

I could also just have a report that lists this grand total, but I came up with the same problem.

Access 2007 reports to display rows based on date range given by user

I am stuck for many days now.

What is easiest way where I can run the report showing three variables (Total Count, Total Count of Males, and Total Count of Females) based on user input for date range provided.

EntryDate is date column in table.
Sex is the column where Male or Female is stored as text

Counting Unique Records in a Report

I have a report that I put together with totals at the bottom.

This is a detail report that reflects [Card Number] and [Amount] so at the bottom I have a total transaction text box that works fine.

I would also like to capture the total [Card Number]. However, since the same card number can show up several times, I don't get the actual count.

Can you count just the unique records in a report from a text box?

getting a total number of fields in a report

I want to produce a report that gives me a total number of our clients, like
Total number of current clients .XX
Total number of current male clients .XY
Total number of current female clients. YY
Total number of discharged clients.ZZ
plus a few more totals

I have made queries for all these but how do I get a total figure to appear in a report?

I know this might be a simple process but I cant get my head around it. Have tried sum and count in the query, but should I do this in the report?