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    aparnawangu is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Reports creation calculated fields

    Hi Team,
    I have created utilization table where i have calculated columns like Total Availability of student seats in a preschool and for that i have used Capacity and strength column.So availability will be Strength-Capacity.
    Capacity is constant but strength will change every week.
    Like wise i have one more calculated column as conversion ratio.For that i have Taken Total Strength and Total Capacity column.
    And conversion ration formula is ([Total Strength]/[Total Capacity]*100])
    But the problem is the results of the calculated fields are not getting stored in the table the calculation is only getting displayed in the form.


    I have to create a report now nd i need to show the calculated fields there.Pls guide me step by step how can i do this as i am very new to access programming.




    Thanks
    Aparna

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    Quote Originally Posted by aparnawangu View Post
    ...the results of the calculated fields are not getting stored in the table the calculation is only getting displayed in the form.
    This is what most developers would want and recommend to others. If you can display the calculations in a form why are you having a trouble displaying them in a report?

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