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CRYSAL SKIPS FIRST RECORD

CRYSAL SKIPS FIRST RECORD

CRYSAL SKIPS FIRST RECORD

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I am using VB6(sp5) in Windows 2000 Pro using Crystal (4.6.1) using the access 2000 drivers, accessing Access 2000 tables. The reports(2) skip the first record?!?  I am using ado 2.5.  The only new thing recently was this sp5 for vb.  This is an old report in that it has been used for a long time - no problem.  It had three sort fields - i removed them but still nothing.  It occurs both from the VB6 program and the crystal program itself.

Thank you very much for any information/help

RE: CRYSAL SKIPS FIRST RECORD

Hi just in case you haven't read the reply to your other forum...

The first line in an access table is used as a header record
which defines the name of the fields for the table to be accessed by crystal.

Geoff

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