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MS Access Query parameters in form for report

rgagli1
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I need a report that has 2 parameters: division and type.  I want to create a form that lists all possible division and type accounts in a combo-box so that the user can easily select a value.  For whatever the user selects, I want it to populate the "Type" report.  How can I do this?  I created a query that forces me to type in the division and type.  I also have created a form that lists all possibilities but I cannot get it to go to the report.  When I open the report it still prompts me to type in the division and the type.  How can I get the form to talk to query to populate the report.  Any suggestions?  I would like the form to pop-up when the report is selected and then once the user selects both the division and type maybe they can press a button to generate the report.  
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You have to open the form first and then run the report.
Using Form controls in the query criteria will not force the form to open.
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