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Unanswered: Access Reporting Summing a Row
I'm working on an Invoicing database, I'm trying to get a sum of 3 field (Goods, Installation, transportation) for every record. I added a text box, to the detail section of the report, and added the following formulas:
but the total being returned makes no sense.
Summing a Row
Just had a quick look at reports I made many months ago and I also added a textbox but in the footer. The code I used was:
The difference besides location is the use of 
I don't think that's correct, I just tried it and that gives me the the grand total for all the value on the report no just one row.
"total of all the goods" + "total of all the Installations" + "total of all the transportation"
If I put it in the footer then that doesn't give it to me per row
Sorry, misled you.
I was not telling you where to put the text box, purely that the syntax appeared wrong in that you were not using square brackets.
I just opened a report and added a text box to sum different text boxes for each row and it worked fine, but it needs the  brackets.
Yours should look something like:
= Sum ([total of all the goods] + [total of all the Installations] + [total of all the transportation])
Here's the file with the actual names (direct cut and past from the control source):
=Sum([cost of goods]+[installation cost]+[transportation cost])
When I add this in the control source the total returned is the grand total; in other words:
sum of all good + sum of all installations + sum of all transportation
it returns $594,540.79 next to every row
Just remove the Sum so you then have:
=([cost of goods]+[installation cost]+[transportation cost])
I feel really stupid right about now!
So do I.
I was hooked onto the missing  brackets instead of checking the remainder of the statement.