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Code for viewing report in "Report View"

Posted on 2008-06-26
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Hello,

Currently I have the following code to view my report

DoCmd.OpenReport "rptResults", acViewPreview, , sFilter

That code brings up the report in "Print Preview" view. Could you please help me out with the pre-built code which will bring out the report in "Report View"?

Thanks and appreciate your help!
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Maybe

acReportView

The correct syntax should be available in the Intellisense drop down when you type the code in VBA

docmd.OpenReport "rptResults",    
right after the comma                 ^

you should get a drop down list of options ...
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DoCmd.OpenReport "Report Name", acViewDesign

>which will bring out the report in "Report View"?
Just to play devil's advocate here, why do you want to progammatically open a report in Disign View?
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jHo .... it's A2007 ... with the new "Report View' ... I think ....

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oic.  wth is 'Report View'?
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Dingo212,

MX's intellisense tip should have gotten you the answer, ...but just in case here it is:
Docmd.OpenReport "YourReport", acViewReport

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Be wary of using acReportView with older versions of access, it prints the page immeadiately
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