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Printing reports and auto-incrementing a numeric field on network sys

Printing reports and auto-incrementing a numeric field on network sys

Printing reports and auto-incrementing a numeric field on network sys

Two questions:
A: If I choose "print report" fronm the application I have created, and choose "print current" it always prints the LAST one in teh table, not the one I've scrolled to (in a form wizard) how do I specify that the form shown in the one I want translate to the report?

2: This program is for a clinic with a network. How would I create a function to scan the field in the table for the highest number, check it against the variable, and if the variable is higher, permanently add 1 to it, and then use it in a field on a wizard-generated form? It's a multi-user program, and it's supposed to automatically assign patients a new patient #, but it has to be from a variable, and when the "ADD" button on the form is clicked, because it will be in use by more than one user. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!! -Duffy

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