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Getting a form Field Onto A Report

Posted on 2011-09-29
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See attached.
Click MainMenu
Click Show All Customers
Click Top left option button (beside "B Murphy")
Note the green field with a value of 576.00.
Click "Print Job Sheet" at the bottom of the screen.
Observe the report rptJObSheet.

QUESTION: How do I get the "green value" of 576 onto this report.


I tried a few things but failed.   (e.g. Forms!frmCustomers .....??)
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This will do it:

=[Forms]![frmCustomers]![GrandTotal]

frmCustomers needs to be open when the report is opened.
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Thanks, Perfect!
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