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Old May 23rd, 2010, 12:31 AM posted to microsoft.public.access.reports
Timothy Millar
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Default Auto-generated Report

I have a form with a command button. If the EndUser clicks the button a
report [rptUTILITIES] is generated and saved to the hard drive and the
EndUser moves to the next form without even knowing the report was generated
and saved.

How would I code this?

Let me thank you ahead of time. Thank you.
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Old May 23rd, 2010, 12:46 AM posted to microsoft.public.access.reports
Steve[_77_]
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Default Auto-generated Report

Hello Tim,

Look in the Click event of the button. There's a line of code to save the
report and then a line of code that looks like: DoCmd.OpenForm
"NameOfNextForm". Add the following code between these two lines of code:

MsgBox "The Utilities Report has been saved to the harddrive"

Steve


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I have a form with a command button. If the EndUser clicks the button a
report [rptUTILITIES] is generated and saved to the hard drive and the
EndUser moves to the next form without even knowing the report was
generated
and saved.

How would I code this?

Let me thank you ahead of time. Thank you.



 




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