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Add an Auto Number to Access Database Report

Posted on 2013-02-07
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I have a report that is generated if a certain field is null

I want to put an auto number on the items on that report so i can keep track of how many items are on report.
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Drop a textbox in the detail section
Name it: txtRecCount
Set the Running sum property to: Over All
Set the Controlsource to:  =1
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