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Report Filter from Form Filter

Posted on 2012-03-18
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How do I get a report based on data in a continuous form to use the same filter currently used in the form.

The current form is filtered by the A-Z  Z-A on tool bar
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You can read Form's property:
Me.OrderBy
and apply it to report
Check also Me.OrderByOn (true - enabled, false - disabled)
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Brilliant

Thank you.
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