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MS Access conditionally print a group footer

Posted on 2011-02-16
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In an Access report I need to print a group footer if the date range is more than 1 day. If not I need to suppress the group footer altogether. I have code in the in the On Format property of the group footer where I compare the dates. This appears to work but I do not know the code to suppress the group footer. Your assistance is appreciated. Thanks.
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If you have the logic worked out to decide to cancel the printing of the section

use the Cancel property of the section

Private Sub GroupFooter0_Print(Cancel As Integer, PrintCount As Integer)

    If...  your logic
         Cancel = True
    End if


From microsofts help
"The Print event occurs after data in a report section is formatted for printing, but before the section is printed. "

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Thanks for the help
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