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proper syntax for OpenReport

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The OpenReport syntax listed in Access97 help for "view", is
"acViewPreview"or "acViewNormal". I have been using "acPreview " and
"acNormal" . Is there any difference in the results or usage of
"acVIEWPreview" versus "acPreview"?
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> The OpenReport syntax listed in Access97 help for "view", is
"acViewPreview"or "acViewNormal". I have been using "acPreview " and
"acNormal" . Is there any difference in the results or usage of
"acVIEWPreview" versus "acPreview"?


No, they are merely intrinsic constants with a numeric value. See the following
from the immediate (debug) window:

? acViewPreview
2
? acPreview
2

? acViewNormal
0
? acNormal
0

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