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I am just learning Visual Basics and I am trying to create the a program, where one of my cmd buttons is a sales summary, where:

The Sales Summary command button prints overall summary information for all customers on a label. The summary information should be displayed on three separate lines within the label. The information to be displayed must include:

Total number of customers who have placed orders.
Average cost per order.
Overall percentage of chocolate cookies ordered, rounded to two digits to the right of the decimal point.
Hint: use the values that are stored in your global variables to obtain the information that you need to display for the summary. Note that these global variables are updated when the user clicks on the Receipt button.

- And I am having a hard time trying to figure this out. If someone could give me some suggestions, I would truely appreciate it.

Thank you,

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<~~~ No, that is not colored.... I am a actual blonde... :tazz:

Ummm if I knew in (Blonde) format, I maybe able to help you, otherwise, be paitent and someone else will be able to help you...

I hope :cheers: ;)
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