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Stephen Southcombe 
12 months ago
As requested I am transferring this question from my post on Facebook -

"Richard, God bless ya, but I am totally not getting Lesson 34 of the Search Seminar.
I have all this vba allowing me to search a large table just about any way anyone could want and view it in a form.....but I can't translate that search method into a report?
Your example of "Wh2" has left me stumped..... I've not been successful getting that to work. Where can I get more insight and understanding on selectable data reports?"
Richard Rost
12 months ago
Hi Stephen. I'm not sure what you don't understand. Explain to me the problem, please. Do you need more help understanding string concatenation?
Stephen Southcombe
12 months ago
Hello Richard;

No, I'm having trouble understanding / programming my reports to show the data I want.

I have a complex search form with more than 30 different combo box fields for which I have vba written to look up data according to the values selected (additionally with tri-state conditions). Everything works great for showing the desired data in a form when I run the vba.

My trouble lies in trying to translate that into a report.

I am able to get a "start date" and an "end date" to work together for a report. But when I go beyond that I start getting parameter query boxes popping up on the screen asking me for values that it should be getting from the search form.

I know you state in the Search Seminar 34 Lesson that reports don't function the same as forms and then you go into creating "Wh2" as a means to work around this but I am not understanding how to code it.



Stephen Southcombe
11 months ago

Stephen Southcombe
11 months ago

Stephen Southcombe
11 months ago
Figured it out. Sometimes you get so in depth into complicated coding that you forget basic things. So, in this instance I had forgotten to add the correct fields to the query...resulting in multiple parameter boxes popping up.

Send me back to remedial MS Access.....
Richard Rost
11 months ago
That'll do it, every time. That or misspellings. :)

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