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Microsoft: Access Reports FAQ


Reports for newbies by solun
Posted: 13 Apr 05

The report writing wizard is pretty good but only if you've got a query that shows all the data you want to use for the report.

For example, I have a database containing tables of pets, vets, and owners

The Pets table has these fields:
VetID (1-to-many relationship with a table of vets & addresses)
OwnerID (1-to-many relationship with a table of owners and addresses)

What if I want a report that shows the owners & names of dogs that go to a certain vet?

I would create a query (qryDogsMansfieldVet) that includes all three tables and that shows the details of pets where
a. dogs (Type = "Dog")
b. vet (VetID = (id of the Mansfield Vet))

When I got thru the report writing wizard, I can specify that the report should use qryDogsMansfieldVet as its record source. Poof! You have a nice little report that didn't cause you to pull out your hair.

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