DLookUp Error is frustrating!!!


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Alex B

I have tried many different syntax's (both with and without criteria) to get
the DLookUp function to work, but I always get an #Error.

I am trying to create a report that's record source is based upon one query,
but then perform some calculations in each of the group footers based upon
information from another query. The basic structure of the detail section
report is:

Jan Feb Mar .......... Dec
Employee1
Work Hrs ### ### ### ###
Vac Hrs ### ### ### ###
Sick Hrs ### ### ### ###

Employee2

All of this part of the report is fine, but in the group footer, I need to
return a value based upon a different query that pulls the total available
work hrs and holiday hrs. I have tried building different (Totals) queries
for the overall (available Work Hrs and Holiday Hrs, and I have even tried
isolating just the Work Hrs in a query that only returns the one row for Work
Hrs by month. Here are the DLookUp functions that I tried:

=DLookUp("[SumOfJanuary]","[Company Monthly Hours Totals]","[Day Type] =
'Workday'") .... This function tries to isolate only the Work Hrs from one
query based upon the criteria...

=DLookUp("[JanuaryWrkHrs]","[CompanyWorkHours]") ...This function only
needs to pull the January total because there is only one record in the query.

Please help, this is driving me nuts.
 
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