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Posted on 2011-03-22
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Is there a way to speed up the viewing of a report in access 2003?  Right now it takes awhile to go the next page.  In the window, access is displaying formatting page.  
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What is the SQL for the query driving the Report - if it is a query ?

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SQL database and the query is created in access.
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 25 total points
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Sorry ... I meant post the SQL for the query.

And are you saying this is a SQL Server backend ?

Also ... there are 100's of things that can affect report performance ... a complex query included.

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<there are 100's of things that can affect report performance>
Graphics and Code being two others...

In other words, you need to tell us a bit more about this report...
Post the SQL (as MX asks)
Any Graphics in the report?
Any code in the report
How many Grouping levels

Also you need to define "it takes awhile" in real chronological terms...
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