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    keiath is offline Competent Performer
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    Qyery result to display on form

    I have query, which is working fine and returns the results needed



    on my form i want to display that result

    =DSum([Billing]![Site Number],[Billing]![SumOfTotal])

    This is what I am doing, but it doesnt work comes up with the error message #Name?

    ANyone got any ideas as to what I am doing wrong?

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    From the help file
    DSum(Expr, Domain, Criteria)

    What is it you are trying to add? Is the value already in the query? What is the name of the query?

    Expr = A field name. It looks like you are trying to use the name of a control
    Criteria = Matching something (usualy a variable) to a value in a field

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    keiath is offline Competent Performer
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    the Name of the query is Billing

    Query is returning the correct answer, all i want to do is display the result for that record on the form

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    Maybe you can join your totals query to the query or table your form is bound to.

    Another opttion would be something like Dmax. You can add criteria if you want and you don't really need the max value but..

    = Dmax("[SumOfTotal]","[Billing]")

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    keiath is offline Competent Performer
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    That Worked perfectly, thank you

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    keiath is offline Competent Performer
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    That Worked perfectly, thank you

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