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return subreport data based on multiple criteria

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I have attached screen shots of the Access tables and queries involved.
I want to enter in the main form screen the "MMYY" and the "Broker".
Have the subreport return from the "CRInvNoCashApplied" query, the invoice numbers and cash applied, in that month for that broker.
Then to each invoice showing in the subform add "deduction amount" and "comment" to populate the CustDeductions table.
ProjectAccessCustomerDeductions.docx
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If possible attach a sample database. Tell what to do to achieve the required result.
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I have attached a sample database.
The sample is all tables with samples of actual data.
However, most of my actual data comes from queries. Does that make a difference on the design?
I have also reattached, my original desired form layout.
Database8.accdb
ProjectAccessCustomerDeductions.docx
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I found the answer on AccessLearning.com
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I found the answer elsewhere before a solution was provided
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