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Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Using Aggregate Functions to Summarize Numeric Data

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By using aggregate functions, you can easily summarize numeric data. You can use aggregate functions to calculate the sum, average, count, minimum, maximum, and other types of summary calculations for the data in a query result. These queries let you calculate one value for all the records in a query result or group the calculations as desired. For example, you could determine the total sales for every record in the query result, as shown in Figure 2, or you could output the total sales by ship country/region and ship city, as shown in Figure 1. You could also calculate the total, average, minimum, and maximum sales amounts for all customers in the United States. The possibilities are endless.

Figure 1. Total sales for every record in a query result.

Figure 2. Total sales by Ship Country/Region and Ship City.
 
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