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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 months ago

How to Select Multiple Records to be Printed in a Report

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Have you ever wanted to print a report containing just a few specific customers of your choosing? In this video, I'll show you how to select exactly who you want to print, and then generate the report with one click.

Crystal from Chandler, Arizona (a Gold Member) asks: I have about 1000 customers in my table. I need a way to select only a handful of them to mail correspondence to. There is no rhyme or reason behind the selection (the boss just gives me a list) so a query won't work. How can I do this?


I'll show you how to force your latest selection to update in the table before opening the report.

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Colin Smyth 
3 months ago
I have a database for birds I have seen. I have several fields that show various photos of the field. I want to be able to select only those birds that have a photo of the bird in flight. They are all in the same field. When I created a query to select the fields with the birds in flight it selected a list of all the birds - so there were many blank fields in my query - shows the name but there is no photo. I remember watching a video which showed how to miss fields where one criteria was missing but I can't remember which video it was or how it was done. Could you please remind me.
Kevin Robertson
3 months ago
In the criteria for the field type in Is Not Null
Colin Smyth
3 months ago
Thank you Kevin. I knew it was simple but just couldn't remember.
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