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    Report with multiple groupings

    Hello all,



    I am new to Access. I would like to create a report with the followinggroupings/calculations:

    1. Total of attorneys with 0-5 years experience that answered"Yes" to question 1.

    2. Total of attorneyswith 0-5 years experience that answered “No” to question 1.
    3. Total of attorneys with 5-10 years experiencethat answered "Yes" to question 1.
    4. Total of attorneyswith 5-10 years experience that answered “No” to question 1.
    Same thing for question 2, 3….
    I have simplified the requirements since I think if I canget it for 2 questions, I can understand it for all.
    What would be the most efficient way to go about this? Should I use multiple queries in the report?I have not created an Access report in over 15 years.

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    Create a field in query with calculation that assigns a group identifier for the years experience for each attorney. Use that field in report grouping design.

    So what is hierarchy of grouping?

    Question 1
    ..ExperienceA
    ….AnswerYes count
    ….AnswerNo count
    ..ExperienceB
    ….AnswerYes count
    ….AnswerNo count

    Question 2
    ..ExperienceA
    ….AnswerYes count
    ….AnswerNo count
    ..ExperienceB
    ….AnswerYes count
    ….AnswerNo count

    etc.
    How to attach file: http://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=70301 To provide db: copy, remove confidential data, run compact & repair, zip w/Windows Compression.

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    rhonda6373 is offline Novice
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    Thanks!

    Thank you, but am not clear on what you are saying. Can you elaborate?

    Quote Originally Posted by rhonda6373 View Post
    Hello all,

    I am new to Access. I would like to create a report with the followinggroupings/calculations:

    1. Total of attorneys with 0-5 years experience that answered"Yes" to question 1.

    2. Total of attorneyswith 0-5 years experience that answered “No” to question 1.
    3. Total of attorneys with 5-10 years experiencethat answered "Yes" to question 1.
    4. Total of attorneyswith 5-10 years experience that answered “No” to question 1.
    Same thing for question 2, 3….
    I have simplified the requirements since I think if I canget it for 2 questions, I can understand it for all.
    What would be the most efficient way to go about this? Should I use multiple queries in the report?I have not created an Access report in over 15 years.

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    What part is not clear? How to calculate group identifier for the time periods? Or how to do grouping in report?

    Suggest you study some tutorials on report Sorting & Grouping.
    How to attach file: http://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=70301 To provide db: copy, remove confidential data, run compact & repair, zip w/Windows Compression.

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