I'm glad my "Duh" moment wasn't a total waste and at least it made you smile. Sometimes we look and can't see the forest for the trees. Hope you have a great day!
What would we do without this group?
---In MS_Access_Professionals@yahoogroups.com, <liz_ravenwood@...> wrote :
Doyce. Thanks. This made me smile. I went the rounds the other day on something that I could clearly see was not on a pdf report. They kept saying it was, and then I realized that my scroll on the mouse kept snapping past that data. Once I put the pdfs in a 2 page mode I could see it there.
I feel really stupid. The query is working just fine. I didn't scroll down far enough. I have a lot of part numbers in my inventory without any quantity on hand. I've added criteria now that eliminates parts without quantities.
I hope your day has gone better than mine has started. Thanks for waking me up!
When there is no matching row in the Totals query for a particular part number, you should get zero for OnHandExtension because OnHand will be Null. Are you sure there are matching rows?
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