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Printing problems (from Form to Report)

Printing problems (from Form to Report)

Printing problems (from Form to Report)

Hi. I'm having 2 problems, and I'd be ever so grateful if anyone out there could help.

I've created a standalone EXE application. All the records are viewable in the form that I've made. When I try to print them out in a report format, and I select the "print current" option in the output dialog box, it won't print the one displayed on the report- it will print the first record in the table. How do I set it so the cursor is on the record currently being viewed?

Also, to print in report format, the user has to select the report from the browse screen every time, in the print dialog box. How do i set a particular report to be default?
My E-mail is chocklit@intrstar.net - If anyone out there reads this and says "Oh, gee, that's easy!..." PLEASE E-mail. I have to get this finished for my clients this week, and I've tried everything. Thanks!

-Duffy W.,

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