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Default add new columns automatically in forms & reports

Hi gurus!

Say I have a table [tblProject] with fields like [Task] & [Start Date] and I have Task1, Task2 & Task3 at the moment.
At the same time a query outputs a tabular view with columns as [Start Date], [Task1], [Task2] & [Task3],
a form in datasheet view and a report use such query as the source.

I would like to know if it is possible to setup the query / form / report to display automatically possible new columns
like [Task4]...[TaskN] in case of more new tasks added in [tblProject]. How can I work it out if it involves VBA or simply just multiple queries would do? Thanks in advance!!!


Cheers
KNVB





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