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Print report from form record

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Question:
I have a form, open to a record, displaying some information. I have a
button, on the form, that I want to click and have a print funtion on
it. I want it to print the current record to a pre-defineed report,
which is already built and has the same fields on it as the report, and
then have the report close after printing and return to the form, which
I dont want to close if I dont have to.

Is there a way, easy or otherwise, to do this?

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See:
Print the record in the form
at:
http://members.iinet.net.au/~allenbrowne/casu-15.html

The article explains how to make the WhereCondition for the OpenReport
action from the primary key of the record in the form.

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Question:
I have a form, open to a record, displaying some information. I have a
button, on the form, that I want to click and have a print funtion on
it. I want it to print the current record to a pre-defineed report,
which is already built and has the same fields on it as the report, and
then have the report close after printing and return to the form, which
I dont want to close if I dont have to.

Is there a way, easy or otherwise, to do this?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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