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Change MS Access query name used by report

Posted on 2007-11-27
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I have changed the query name that is used by a report.  How do I get the report to look at the new query.  I don't want to re create the report.
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by:Jim Horn
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Go into Design View of the report, right-click:Properties, and eyeball/change the Record Source property to be yoru new query name.
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OK, I'm in Design View, where do I right click to get Record Source so that I can change it?
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>where do I right click to get Record Source so that I can change it?
Eyeball the little grey box in the upper left of your report, then right-click:Properties
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Thanks!  I knew it could be done - just couldn't remember how!  
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