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Add Access report to existing project

Posted on 2012-04-03
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Screen shot of this Access VBA project  I'm modifying an Access VBA app created by others.  I have begun to create a new report in this project, but I can't figure out how to add the new report to the existing Switchboard.  (embedded image).

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Looks like the Switchboard is a home-grown one, not one built by the Switchboard Manager, so i assume it has a set of buttons on it.  If so, you add another button to the form and button wizard will ask you what you want the button to do.
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