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Reports - Mystery Data Origin

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I have a database I'm working with which has tables and reports. The
controls in the reports are bound to data, but I'm at a loss to explain
where the data is coming from. I have gone so far as to delete the tables of
data, yet the reports are unchanged and show the same data as always.

Anyone know what's going on, and how I can get to the underlying data to
delete some of it, and refresh the controls to show the current data?

Thanks
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Open the report in Design view (right-click, choose Design view). Right
click on the report and choose Properties. Look on the Data tab for the
Report - it will tell you what the data source is.

Pavel

Sara Montgomery wrote:

I have a database I'm working with which has tables and reports. The
controls in the reports are bound to data, but I'm at a loss to explain
where the data is coming from. I have gone so far as to delete the tables of
data, yet the reports are unchanged and show the same data as always.

Anyone know what's going on, and how I can get to the underlying data to
delete some of it, and refresh the controls to show the current data?

Thanks

Nov 12 '05 #2

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