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Old June 10th, 2004, 11:27 PM
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Hi..everyone..

I have a database table for club members.E.g.:

No. Name Birthdate Payment
1 Liza 20-06-76 10.00
2 Muthu 13-01-70 0.00
3 Meng 02-12-69 30.00
4 David 28-07-65 0.00
Default value for payment = 0

Questions:
1)When I run a report using this table,I don't it shows the figure '0.00' or '0' if there are no payment. Just leave a column blank.
2) Every 1st of month my database will run a report automatically.Is it possible????


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Some quick and dirty, untested thoughts:

How about something in the Report Detail section? something like this:
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On Format Event:

If TextBox=0 then Textbox.visible = no.
or
If TextBox=0 then Textbox.Font Color = background color.
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Or consider this:
Instead of displaying the payment field, display an unbound field (paymentshadow)with a formula that copies the value of the payment field, unless it is a zero. In that case, make it a null value which should not display.

IIf(Payment=0,@Null,Payment)

You could do this at a query level so that if you have multiple reports based on the same query, you only need to make this field once.
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Thank you Bob ...I will try it!!!

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