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I have defined a query for obtaining "Final Bill Accounted" like this: Final Bill Accounted: CCur(([Party Payments].[Final Bill Value])-([Party Payments].[Audit Deductions])-([Party Payments].[Other Misc Deductions])) But this is not working. I want to deduct 'Audit Deductions & Other Misc Deductions' from "Final Bill Value" to obtain "Final Bill Accounted". All the three are defined in Table called "Party Payments". Pls. help me in this. Thanx

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