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Default 2000 Multiple Parameters

I have a report that shows the salesman, manager, purchaser, ans sourcing person for each account. I want to setup the report so that each department can run the report against their name in a drop down list. This works fine if I only have one drop down list such as salesmen. Once I had another list such as manger, I have to pick one from each list before the report will run. I checked allow NULL and allow blank on the parameters. Is it possible to have 5 paramters and only fill in one of them and still have the report run against that parameter. I think it may have something to do with the select statement.

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On your where clause use the like statement and supply the wildcard % for the parameters not supplied.

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