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Old August 27th, 2003, 08:55 PM
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Default Help required Selective Printing Access Reports

Hi,
I am developing an Access97 database (Win NT4 environment). I would like to incorporate a button in a form which will enable selected records to be printed from an associated report. Currently I have set up Print and Preview buttons, but the Print button, prints out every record instead of selected ones.

Can anybody assist with this task, as I am a relatively new Access user.

Jim Bendfeldt
 
Old August 27th, 2003, 10:13 PM
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Hi Jim,

Need a little more info.

How are you selecting the records you need printed (i.e., what controls are you using)? What field values are you using as your selection criteria? Are you selecting a single criteria or multiple criteria? Is the record source for your report a saved query, or are you building your SQL dynamically? Have you set parameters in a query that reference controls on the form, or are you using the reports filter property, or the WhereCondition argument of DoCmd.OpenReport? There's lots of ways to filter a report's record source. What does your data look like?

Using the WhereCondition approach is pretty straight forward. The bare-bones of it are something like this:

First, base your report on a query that contains the field(s) you are using as a criteria value to select records. Then,

Private Sub cmdPrint_Click()

    Dim strCriteria As String

    ' Pull your report criteria from a control on the form
    strCriteria = "[MyField] = " & Me.cboMyComboBox
    DoCmd.OpenReport "MyReport", acNormal, , strCriteria

End Sub

You don't have to set any parameters in the query itself using this approach, though that's another way to go.

What's your setup look like so far? Post a little VBA and/or SQL if you can.

HTH,

Bob



 
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Hi Jim,

While I'm thinking about it, also download Microsoft's Access 97 Sample Reports Database at KB article 175072:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;175072

Wealth of report filtering techniques demostrated.

Regards,

Bob






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