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    Windows 7 64bit Access 2010 64bit
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    Query for top 5 issues each issue spilt week by week in one chart

    I am trying to build a query where I can pull top 5 issues each issue spilt week by week. How can I write that query. So something like this

    Problem A ------Week 1
    _____Week 2
    _____ Week 3
    _____ Week 4
    Problem B --------Week 1
    ______Week 2

    _______Week 4

    So rotten apple is my top issue by count I want see over month how my issue stayed week by week. In the same chart Problem A and Problem 2 spilt by 4 weeks

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    Windows 7 64bit Access 2010 32bit
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    May 2011
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    This can get tricky.

    Calculate a field in query to extract year, month, week number from the date value then use those in combination to organize records.

    Year([Datefield]) & Format(Month([Datefield]), "00") & DatePart("w", [Datefield]) AS YrMoWk

    but that will return the week numbers within each month which means first and last weeks can be less than 7 days and some months will have 5 week numbers.

    DatePart("ww", [Datefield]) will return week numbers within the year (1 - 53), again first and last weeks can be less than 7 days.

    However, seems this will meet you requirement for weekly count within month.
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