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Data Repors and variables

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Is it possible to pass a variable from a form into a group footer in a report designed using the Data Report Designer?

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bobbit31 earned 200 total points
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put a label in the group footer and you can do something like:

DataReport1.Sections("whatever section group footer is").Controls("your label").caption = "your variable"
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by:mutrus
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Actually I was meaning to pass the variable into a field and I am now doing something completely different with the application.

Since you answered the question the points are yours
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