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I have a report with it's source from a query. The query calls data
from 3 related tables. The report is a meeting agenda and I only want
to attach a snapshot report to my email based on the specific record
on a form. I tried using stLinkCriteria but it always captures all
the records on my query as one snapshot attachment with all the
records. The only way I can filter the record I wanted was to add a
field to my table that users manually set to "Yes" and the query
criteria set to "Yes". After sending the email, my users have to
uncheck the Yes box. I would like to not use this option. Help

Fred Crisostomo

May 20 '07 #1
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It's hard to answer, without knowing _how_ you are sending the email.

There are any number of ways to go about opening a bound object with a
filter condition, the easiest is:
DoCmd.OpenReport "asdf", WhereCondition:="fieldName='" &
me.txtFilterCond & "'"

but depending on how you are emailing the report, you may not have the
option to specify a WhereCondition. In this case a possible route is
to alter your report's underlying query on the fly. Something like:

'Alter the reports recordsource query
dim qry as dao.querydef
set qry = currentdb.QueryDefs("qryBoundQuery")
qry.sql = "Select * from qryBaseQuery Where fieldName="' &
me.txtFilterCond & "'"

'Do your email thing
call emailSub

May 21 '07 #2

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