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1)How to code a complicated  vb report program which need to print the detail information from various database
files and a lot of calculation involve ? What is the easy way to do it ?

2) How to print the ms-word documents from vb without open the document one by one ? Please kindly
provide me the sample code thank you.  
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by:chapie
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I'll give you the first one, that's pretty simple, but the other I have to look up, but another 'expert' out there probably has done it several times already and knows the answer

you should use the visual data manager to create a query with all the calculations, then base your report on that query
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vamsi_k earned 50 total points
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Regarding the second problem, u could save the doc file as RTF file, and using RTF control, could print all the files through VB.  Try this.  If u find it difficult I could write code for this.

Regards,
Vamsi
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by:netcool
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Can i use Ms-access to generate the report and then convert it into VB code ? Which then can be modified using VB ????

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