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How can I export a report from access to a IBM Lotus notes. I want to have a link so as soonest I click that link from Lotus will show me that report from access both programs are in the same server.

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I don't know the answer but we do need to know what format you are expecting to use.  
Access native reports have no existence outside of an Access application so they would have to be converted to a compatible format.
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can It be converted like a PDF file
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sample
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why i can attached anything.
Sample001.pdf
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Any idea?
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More info please:
- what format is the report in?
- do you want to put the file in Notes, as an attachment?
- do you want to import the contents of the file in Notes, as the contents of one or multiple documents?
- or do you want to create a Notes database with a form like the one you designed??
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