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Only Print One Page?

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Is there a way to only print the first page for a report? Also, if the
report is grouped by person (with each person's data starting on a new
page), is it possible to only print the first page for each person?

Thanks!

Neil
Nov 12 '05 #1
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On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 08:40:41 GMT, "Neil Ginsberg" <nr*@nrgconsult.com>
wrote:
Is there a way to only print the first page for a report? Also, if the
report is grouped by person (with each person's data starting on a new
page), is it possible to only print the first page for each person?


docmd.printout ...
search in helpfiles to find more detailed information.
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bebelino
Nov 12 '05 #2

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The report needs to display the first page for each person in Preview mode,
not just when printed (in fact, I won't be printing it from the routine).
But since the number of pages for each person isn't known, one wouldn't be
able to use PrintOut to print the first page for each anyway, even if one
were sending it to the printer, right?

Neil

"bebelino" <a.*@c.d> wrote in message
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On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 08:40:41 GMT, "Neil Ginsberg" <nr*@nrgconsult.com>
wrote:
Is there a way to only print the first page for a report? Also, if the
report is grouped by person (with each person's data starting on a new
page), is it possible to only print the first page for each person?


docmd.printout ...
search in helpfiles to find more detailed information.
--
bebelino

Nov 12 '05 #3

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On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 13:39:33 GMT, "Neil Ginsberg" <nr*@nrgconsult.com>
wrote:
The report needs to display the first page for each person in Preview mode,
not just when printed (in fact, I won't be printing it from the routine).
But since the number of pages for each person isn't known, one wouldn't be
able to use PrintOut to print the first page for each anyway, even if one
were sending it to the printer, right?


I'm sorry, I didn't read your question good enough. I thought there
would be one report for one person. Not that a report would involve
several persons. I don't think it's possible what you're asking.
Maybe there's a solution in the query behind the report. You can group
on the fields and then select instead of 'group by' for the
appropiated field (ID_Person maybe) 'First'. So this time only the
first record for ID_person is shown in your recordset off the report.
Don't know for sure off in your case this will work the way you want
it to be, but give it a shot.
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bebelino

Nov 12 '05 #4

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