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Access: Combining multiple reports and now I have duplicates

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Ok, lots of issues. I am testing pumps. I need to report set information like make and model. This never changes. On this same report I need to show the results of my testing. These results are an image of an excel chart. The next time I test this pump, I would like to have the set information stay the same, and be able to change to the new updated chart. I thought I had this figured out. But suddenly I have a one page report that has turned into 12 pages. Half are blank, some have a grey bar running down the left side. And the rest are the Set pump information and the chart being repeated.

To make matters worse, I'm new to this. So saying just set "inset jargon here" to "more jargon". I don't know where to find most of these functions.

Please help.
Apr 19 '18 #1
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I'm afraid you're going to have to work on your question.
  1. Read How to ask "good" questions -- READ BEFORE SUBMITTING A QUESTION!.
  2. Next make sure you have a clear understanding of the very specific question you want to ask. Loose questions are impossible to answer as they're almost meaningless in a technical context.
  3. When you write your question be sure to include all required information. Asking why something doesn't work and what's needed to fix your database is not something we can even start with unless we know enough about it to work it out.
  4. Nothing you need to do is beyond you. Nothing requires Access expertise. Only common sense and the willingness to make the effort. I expect it's possible it may be beyond some people, but they aren't people who should be looking at working in Access or IT. It's a very low bar after all. I don't imagine that describes you if you've already started a project in Access.
  5. I'll do you a favour and lock this for now - as continuing with this would be no help to you. Start again from scratch and if you do a decent job then you will be helped.

If you need any further help or advice directly from me then you can PM me (Send PM to NeoPa). I won't give technical help via PM (You wouldn't be allowed even to ask.) but I can help with usage of
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