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I have a checklist report for my students which has 2 pages of tick
items and comments for their data handling project.

Page 1: analysis and design covered
Page 2: implementation etc

If they have only reached the design stage I don't want to print the
second page i.e. if it is clean/all of the values are null

How can I do this?

Apart from the easy, obvious and tedious of File > print > page 1.

Mark Thomas
Nov 13 '05 #1
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The PrintOut method lets you specify specific pages to print.

DoCmd.PrintOut [printrange][, pagefrom, pageto][, printquality][, copies][,
collatecopies]

Check the Help file for specifics.

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I have a checklist report for my students which has 2 pages of tick
items and comments for their data handling project.

Page 1: analysis and design covered
Page 2: implementation etc

If they have only reached the design stage I don't want to print the
second page i.e. if it is clean/all of the values are null

How can I do this?

Apart from the easy, obvious and tedious of File > print > page 1.

Mark Thomas

Nov 13 '05 #2

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