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how to pass parameters to Access report from VB6

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Put the values into a table in the DB that the report can then read on its own. (Be sure to delete the data when you no longer need them.)
 
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Read the help for the DoCmd.OpenReport method. It has info about doing what you want. Good luck!

Greg Serrano
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