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How I can take the result of search and put it in report for printing purpose ?

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I used Visual Studio 2010 and I have one form contains some fields such as ID,FirstName, LastName,FamilyName, Location and country.

I used Access 2003 for my database and VB.net for my project.

What I need after i put ID and click search the data display in the TextBox.

How I can take the result of search and put it in report for printing purpose.


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sts901

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