Design statement report for two tables

Hi

I need to design a statement report from  two tables. The fisrt table used for deposit money and the second drawing money.

So how I can desgin one report for that

I'm using Access report
egovernmentAsked:
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Pratima PharandeCommented:
Please share table structure , sample data and in which fromat you need the result
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dqmqCommented:
pratima is correct, we need to see the relevant tables to be of much assistance.  In general, though, the approach is to write a query that joins or unions the two tables and use that query for the recordsource of the report.  In certain cases, it may be necessary to build a "temp" table that combines the other tables and feed that to the report.

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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
And please post an *exact* sample of the output expected...

Obviously the two tables need to be properly related, hence the comments by the first tow experts...
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
In one sense there might not even be a need for the two tables, ...just have one "Transactions" table where additions are positive and withdraws are negative.

tID
tdate
tAcct
tAmount

With this basic setup you could quite easily get sums and balances per week, month, ...etc
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
One table, very basic sample
Access--EEQ27509232ReportAccount.mdb
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egovernmentAuthor Commented:
Yes

I redevelop it with one table because is difficult to make two tables at same time.
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egovernmentAuthor Commented:
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Accepted answer: 0 points for egovernment's comment http:/Q_27509232.html#37343148

for the following reason:

My answer the correct
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
boag2000: <One table, very basic sample...>

egovernment: <I redevelop it with one table >, <My answer the correct>

I'm confused, ...
I suggested using one table first, hence "my"answer would appear to be the solution

JeffCoachman


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