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Unbound Form,ComboBoxes,SelectReport

Unbound Form,ComboBoxes,SelectReport

Unbound Form,ComboBoxes,SelectReport

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I have an unbound form I use for for printing a specific report.  The multiple combo boxes contain the criteria selections i.e., Job#, Address, City, Office.  The user can select from one or more of the selection criterias.  The way it works now, this form only relates to the one report.  To make it even more efficient, I want the first combo box to show a list of available reports for the user to choose from.  This way I can use this same form for all my report.

How do I create the combo box with a list of available reports?

RE: Unbound Form,ComboBoxes,SelectReport

(OP)
I figured it out.  I created a table with all the report names I wanted to include.  Then I created a combo box based on the report table.

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