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DoCmd.SendObject acSendReport checkBoxes are not shown

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Dear Experts,
I met a very strange problem. I use the code:
DoCmd.SendObject acSendReport ... to send a report to my email box, but the check boxes on the report do not show on the received report. the format i have tried: acFormatRTF, acFormatHTML, acFormatSNP
Could anyone please help me out?
lzha022
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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Do they show if you print or preview the report?
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RTF drawing objects (eg. lines, circles, boxes, etc.) cannot be exported from Access.  This included checkboxes.
You need to alter your report's recordsource so that it returns (say) 'Yes' or 'No', and put that value into a textbox instead of using a checkbox.
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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They should show up in snapshot format though (which the questioner did say he'd tried).
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by:rockmuncher
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Could it be that outlook is set up to edit/display in plain text only?

In outlook, Tools-Options-MailFormat tab-Compose in this format

options are Rich Text, HTML, and plain text.  Change to Rich Text
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by:lzha022
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The original report is perfect, only the received report. The checkboxes do not show when i print it out. I really want checkboxes to be shown(i do not want to change it to text). When i tried the snapshot format. i could not open the received file. It asked me to install some windows software(i do not have the right to install anything on my computer). I followed rocknumcher`s steps to chnage the setting of outlook, but i could not find MailFormat tab under Tools-Options. I did find Compose under Options, which looks a bit different.

Thanks for all reply
lzha022
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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If the checkboxes don't show when you print it out either, there is something wrong with your report, in that case. If they do show up on print, Snapshot format will show them, but you need Snapshot Viewer to see the output.
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by:rockmuncher
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If worse comes to worse you can print out checkboxes from the WingDings font using the same methodology as the Yes/No suggestion above, but I think it would be better to try and sort out why the report isn't printing properly.

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by:lzha022
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I think you all know that the report that is not printing properly is the received one in the form of RTF.
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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Follow rockmuncher's instructions on changing the checkboxes to text or combo boxes.
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So there is no way to show those check boxes on the RTF report?
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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You could try Stephen Leban's report utilities:
http://www.lebans.com/ReportUtilities.htm
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