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    Selective counting on a report (Access 2000)

    I'm trying to create a report based on a query of our grades table similar to an Excel report that we've used. The problem is that the report will include students that do and do not have an F on their report card. I want to count how many F's a student has as well as the number of students with F's. In Excel, I use the countif function but I don't see a similar function in Access. Any help in the right direction would be appreciated.
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    Barry Zakes, Ridgeland SD122

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    Re: Selective counting on a report (Access 2000)

    Actually, there are several ways to do it - one is the DCount function, another is using a query to Count and return a value. You may also need to have a query as the data source of the DCount function. If you need further explanation after you've looked at the function description, post back.
    Wendell

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