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Sub Reports in Access 2016

Sub Reports in Access 2016

Sub Reports in Access 2016

I am having a problem connecting a sub form to the Master Form in ACCESS 2016 on a common field that is also be recommended by the wizard. It keeps asking for a parameter value. please help. Thanks

RE: Sub Reports in Access 2016

Does either the parent report, or the sub report, when opened desperately, ask for the value? If so, look to see that all of your bound fields have matching fields in their respective data sources.

Is either report based on a cross tab query? if so, does the cross tab rely on a filter from a form? If it does, you may need to add the form field as a query parameter.

BTW this is a module coding forum, you might have better luck posting this in the Microsoft access reports forum.


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RE: Sub Reports in Access 2016

Thanks ChaZ

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