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Query returns more than one hyperlink report to print.  How can I print all the ones it finds?

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I have one or more pdf documents linked to a form, but my code will only print one of the documents, not all.  What do I need in order to print all the documents the query finds on this command button?  

Private Sub prtndt_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_prtndt_Click

Dim qd As Long

qd = DCount("*", "qryLinkedDocuments", "det_id=" & Me!ID)
If qd > 0 Then
  
 strfile = DLookup("ImagePath", "qrylinkeddocuments", "det_id=" & Me!ID)
 ShellExecute Me.hwnd, "open", strfile, Chr$(0), strPath, 3
 
Else

MsgBox "There are no NDTs to print.", vbOKOnly

End If

Exit_prtndt_Click:
    Exit Sub

Err_prtndt_Click:
    MsgBox Err.Description
      Resume Exit_prtndt_Click
    
End Sub

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set rs = currentdb.openracordset('select * from qrylinkeddocuments where det_id= " & Me!ID)
do while not rs.eof
strfile = rs.fields("imagepath").value
ShellExecute Me.hwnd, "open", strfile, Chr$(0), strPath, 3
rs.movenext
loop
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set rs = currentdb.openrecordset('select * from qrylinkeddocuments where det_id= " & Me!ID)
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set rs = currentdb.openrecordset("select * from qrylinkeddocuments where det_id= " & Me!ID)
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by:bwestly
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Sorry, Surone1

I didn't get any emails about your answer.  Don't know where they went.  I will check this out tomorrow and let you know if it works.  

Thanks.
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by:bwestly
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Thank you for the great information.  I'm so sorry it took so long to get back into the problem.  I can print multiple PDFs with no problem now.
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