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How to create Access 2010 reports based on User Input

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I need to create reports based on user input. For example, I have tables/queries that display correct information but at the same time I would like them to be dynamic enough to take user input (via a form) and create a report.
I have the following tables:

1. EmployeeName
2. Processes

Now I would like to have a UI where users can enter the Employee name and the associated processes are displayed in the report.
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