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I am working on a budgeting database and am currently creating a report that compares the budget to the actual costs for one department. There are a bunch of stacked queries to arrive at both the budget numbers and the actual numbers, and the results are also attached to the values of a form (setting the date range and which budget number to compare).

The budget and actualnumbers are joined in a union between a left join of the two and a right join of the two (Many to many).

The query itself runs, slowly, However, when I try to make a report of the query (and I made a fresh one with no totals or anything) I receive a "system resource exceeded" error.

I traced the queries the first time I did this and found one step that is the third from the bottom of the actual costs side of the query that I made into a table (the table will be able to be appended just once a month) and used this table in all of the subsequent queries instead of the original query.
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