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Split one MS Acess report into multiple .pdfs

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I have a MS Access report that is grouped by Location.  I would like to give the end-user the ability to push a button and the result would be that the report would be exported into multiple .pdf reports - one for each location.

Can anyone tell me how I could do this in vba?

Thanks!

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Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 500 total points
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Access 2007 has a free add-in from Microsoft to add a the built in ability to create a PDF. No need need for a printer drive solution.

I actually have an example I built that does exactly what you want.  

See: Batch Printing and Save As PDF



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THANK YOU!  I'm so happy that this question was resolved so quickly.
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