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I have two tables, a Manager table and a Employee table and I want to make a report that will List each managers name and underneath that list every employee related to this manager.
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Create a Select query joining the MgrID in the Manager table to the MgrID in the Employee table and make this the recordsource for the report.

Then in the report, Group by Manager and list each employee name.

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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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Your SQL for the query should look something like this:

SELECT tblMgr.MgrName, tblEmp.EmpName
FROM tblMgr INNER JOIN tblEmp ON tblMgr.MgrID = tblEmp.MgrID;

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I have the report set up in the Grouping/Sorting as this:

tblMgf.MgfName in the Field and Sort Ascending.

and i have the tblMgr.MgrName and tblEmp.EmpName as fields on the report. it will list everything in order but keep repeating the mgrname
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I got it set straight i forgot to add the group header thanks so much
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You are most welcome.  

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