Command Object

Posted on 2007-08-03
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I am using an Access query for the CR10 report, used the Command Object and pasted the sql.  It appears to be connected correctly; however, I still have the word 'Command' and thought that I would have the choice to rename it as I've seen on other reports.  How can I change this to read something more meaningful.  Let me know if this doesn't make any sense.  Thanks  
Question by:zubin6220
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    Accepted Solution

    You can change it.  Command is just the default name it gives it.
    Go to the Database menu, and click on Database Expert.
    If you left click on "Command" once, wait a second, then left click it again, it should highlight the word "Command" and then you can type over it and give it a meaningful name.

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    Boy, that was easy enough.  Thanks for the quick response.

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