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How not print detail on a report if certain criteria exists

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If the field named "txtMoldsToMake" which is in the detail section of a report is  <1 then I want the detail entry to NOT print on the report.  Can this be done?
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afaik no.  

An Access form or report's Detail section does not have a visibility property that allows you to enter an expression.  SSRS does have this ability.

You shoule be hble to accommodate this logic in the query that is the RecordSource of your report.
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Thanks for the grade.  Good luck with your project.  -Jim
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