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This might be the day of week or the month of year in the example shown in Figure 1-7, we took the date field, DateAcquired, and formatted it as a three-letter month string. Add the remaining fields to qryAlbumTypeByMonth2, as shown in Table 1-3. All crosstab queries must have at least three fields: Row Heading, Column Heading, and Value. Table 1-3. Field settings for the qryAlbumTypeByMonth2 crosstab query Field AlbumType Month: Format([DateAcquired], "mmm") Album ID Table Total Crosstab GroupRow tblAlbums By Heading GroupColumn By Heading tblAlbumsCount Value 3.

Table 1-5 shows the four parameters you'll use. Table 1-5. Parameters for the Partition function Argument number start stop 48 Description Long integer to evaluate against specified ranges. A long integer: the start of the specified ranges. Can't be less than 0. A long integer: the end of the specified ranges. Can't be less than the value specified in start. 49 A long integer: the interval spanned by each range in the series from start to stop. Can't be less than 1. interval For example, the following expression: Partition(42, 1, 120, 30) would return the value " 31: 60".

You can also use the expression Count(*) instead of using a field. 4. Add any other fields that you want to show on your labels to the query grid. For each field, set the value in the Total row to First. For each column, add a specific title if you don't, Access will change each title to FirstOf. When you run this query, its output will look something like that shown in Figure 1-11. Note that there's only one row in the output for each unique grouping of last name, address, and zip code.

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