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Printing multiple labels from one record

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I have an inventory table that come from an other system that I bring into Access that I am try to come up with a way to print multiple labels from one record. in the example below I want to be able to print labels based on the Qty field on the record, in this case 4

BLK ITEMS Item Desc Qty
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First of all you'll need a table for multiples like this and each record should have a field with a number from 1 up to the maximum number of records in the table. We'll call this table [tblMulti] and the Field [RecNum].

When you build your QueryDef you link the two datasets with a Cartesian Join (or Cross Join) and in your WHERE clause you specify that [tblMulti].[RecNum] must be less than or equal to the Quantity Field ([Qty]?) from your dataset.

Something like :
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  1. SELECT [YourTable].*
  2. FROM   [YourTable]
  3.      , [tblMulti]
  4. WHERE  ([tblMulti].[RecNum]<=[YourTable].[Qty])
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