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I want to know how I can print or display a report Designed in MSAccess from a VB application.
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by:CraigLazar
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Hi
The easiest tool to use is Crystal reports which ships with VB.
What version of VB are you using ?
I have used Crystal Reports for invoices ,statements graphs and statistics it works well
hope it helps
Craig
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I have tried to use crystal reports but as soon as I select information from more than one table with parameters the first set of parameters is cancelled. If possible i want know how to create a sub report in crystal.

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by:Dalin
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gerhd,
You have a couple of other choices.
1. OLE automation, requires Access on the machine;
2. Get a third party OCX, like VSReport.

Let me know if you like the code using OLE automation.
Regards
dalin
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by:CraigLazar
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Hi
Have you had a look at vb6 ?
Apparently it now has it's own Report writter
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You must add the reference to the library Microsoft Access 8.0.
In that procedure you declare a variable as New Access.Aplication

When you  do that you create a new instance of Access.
Then you should open the database window like this:
inst.OpenCurrentDatabase Reports.mdb ,False

The 'inst' is the variable that olds the instance  of access.

Next step is to open the report:
inst.DoCmd.OpenReport sReportName , acViewPreview

Hope this helps
Regards
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