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i am a begginner with MS Access. i am building a database, on a school's financial system, as part of my coursework. i have tables of bills, total monthly salary, total monthly fees, and a month table. i want to make a report of the profit generated in a month, by subtracting the bills and salaries from the total fees. could you please guide me as to how i should make it? what queries i need to make?
i am using the 2010 version on windows 7

Without knowing the structure of your tables I can only reply generally.

You would have to create a set of queries that group bills, salary and fees by month. Then join the three tables on Month. Add a column to subtract bills and salaries from fees and then create a report from that final query.

Hope this helps,
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I found your rating somewhat amusing. You post a question that is very vague and lacking in detail. Because of that, my answer can only talk in general terms. Then you downgrade the clarity of the response because of that.  

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