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Old January 15th, 2008, 09:11 AM
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What do you mean by

Quote:
quote:no report preview to ask work_status in combobox.
The report should not ask for anything. It should just open with the proper records showing.

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thanks for response.

yes, report does not ask for anything, when I click the button, report not run,
nor it ask work_status (not open combobox to ask work_status).

it is possible that I can get sample short report, one small table and one form and one button,
which showing, when click the button, it ask value in combobox after select value from
combobox report run ?

I am using vista, ms office 2007 access.

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Mateen
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