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Default entering data into crystal reports from access DB

how do i enter data into crystal reports?
i'm trying to create multiple reports whereby after this, will have them exported into pdf formats.
from wat i know, only 1 crystal report file is required to achieve this and right now i've already gotten 1 crystal report file in my directory already.
i've done the exporting part already, now i'm trying to add data into these pdf files so i have to work from the crystal reports first.
to my knowledge, querystrings are also required. but i'm not too sure how i should be going about doing it. can someone pls help me out here.
Thz. greatly appreciate any help rendered.

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