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ScottCybak
Sparatic Query Behaviour
{Too Long!}
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19 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
Prestwood name change
We're thinking about changing the name of our company from Prestwood Software & Consulting to just Prestwood Software. Now that The original thought behind the longer name was that we wanted everyone to be able to identify by our name that we are a consulting firm and software maker. The reason we're thinking about shortening it is because it is shorter. Confused Prestwood Software & Consulting is harder say, longer to write, etc. So the central question is, "Is the '&Consulting' required?", , Any thoughts? Big Grin!
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19 years ago

ScottCybak
I missed this thread a while ago - but if it's worth anything, i thought the previously mentioned "Psst" was great!
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Re: Prestwood name change
I missed this thread a while ago - but if it's worth anything, i thought the previously mentioned "Psst" was great!
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Re: Memory Usage
Are they actual scaled down images or is the app resizing the full images down - the filesize alone of some large .bmp files can easily be > 1mb.
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tc
counts on group level items in Access 2000
I have a report grouped by state,location, and person. Each person may have more than 1 record. How do I count the number of people at a location? If I do a count on the persons id field which is in that group header it still counts their detail records. So if I have 3 records, two belonging to John Smith, and one to Martha Helms inside of a location, I get a count of 3 people, even though there were only 2. Help (I am sure I am missing something easy)
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18 years ago

ScottCybak
If you add the expression:, , =count(PersonField), , in the person fields grouping footer, it will relay the proper results despite of the number records in the detail section., , Note that this will only work if your database is normalized properly - if all of these fields belong to one table then you will need to use a query like jd described.
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Re: counts on group level items in Access 2000
If you add the expression:, , =count(PersonField), , in the person fields grouping footer, it will relay the proper results despite of the number records in the detail section., , Note that this will only work if your database is normalized properly - if all of these fields belong to one table then you will need to use a query like jd described.
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