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I've been working on my database for a while now. The tables grid lines turned green at some point and while it did raise a question mark in my head, I kept on building the database because the tables weren't acting out of the ordinary.

Now I'm facing some difficulty making records show on a report and I was wondering if that was related to the table grid lines turning green, although my forms seem to be working normally along with my queries. Basically, if I wanted, I could use either my forms or queries to make my reports by simple drag and drop into report design but they're not behaving right like they should in the report.

I just want to know why the table grid lines turned green and if that is related to some records not showing in a report.
Mar 26 '16 #1
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zmbd
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The colour of the grid-lines shouldn't be an issue as far as data appearing in the reports.

Can you be a bit more specific as to which "tables" (ie, the basic data tables, tables on forms, table within a report) this has happened to?

As for "difficulty making records show on a report" please make a new thread with more details as to what it is you are doing, your goal, and what is actually happening.

=z
May 1 '16 #2

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