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MS Access: Avg Function

Learn how to use the Access Avg function with syntax and examples.


The Microsoft Access Avg function returns the average (arithmetic mean) of a set of numeric values in a select query.


The syntax for the Microsoft Access Avg function is:

Avg ( expression )

Parameters or Arguments

expression is a numeric value. It can be a field or a formula that evaluates to a numeric expression.

Applies To

The Avg function can be used in the following versions of Microsoft Access:

Example (in SQL/Queries)

You can use the Avg function in a query by clicking on the Totals button in the toolbar (This is the button with the summation symbol). The Avg function is used in conjunction with the Group By clause.

Microsoft Access

This query would return the average UnitPrice by ProductName.