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When I am programing with vb for an access database,I used a crystal report to make a output table.But unfortunately,I can just print the table with the data when I created the report.How can I refresh the data in the report in the programme without using the crystal report to create another report?
pls be quick,for I am really in a hurry!
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by:wileecoy
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To clarify, you are creating an output table with Crystal - in other words you are creating a report that exports to a file instead of printing or displaying on the screen?

Then - your problem is that you want to update the data in the output table, but you do not want to generate another Crystal report - you just want to update your table.  Do I understand this correctly?
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by:buddha68
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yeah,that is the point.
How can I output the renewed data with the same module defined by the report?
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by:buddha68
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and I have to do this in a programme,without using Crystal Report itself.Ok?Help me pls.
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sonere earned 50 total points
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In Crystal file menu you can find an option with check

"Save Data With Report"

if you unchecked this option you'll see refreshes reports.
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