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MS Access - Assign a table field value to a variable in subreport vba

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Hello,

In my Microsoft Access database, I have a report object named 'ReportA' and this report contains a subreport named 'ReportB'.

The Control Source of the subreport 'ReportB' is 'TableB'.

The 'TableB' has a field named 'TelephoneNumber'.

In the On Format event (VBA) of the detail area of the subreport 'ReportB', I want to assign the 'TelephoneNumber' field value of the current record to the variable named 'VariableA'.

I have tried:

Dim VariableA

VariableA = [TelephoneNumber]   'Didn't work, I don't know why because this code works on non-SUBreport 

VariableA = Me.[TelephoneNumber] 'Also didn't work

VariableA = Me.TelephoneNumber 'Also didn't work

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Can someone please give me the correct code?

Thank you,
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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You can try referring to it like this:

Me!TelephoneNumber

If that doesn't work, the you can actually add the Field to the report somewhere, and then refer to it. I've found this to be the most foolproof method when I need to refer to a Field in a Report.
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by:ZKM128
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Thank you LSMConsulting,

Me!TelephoneNumber didn't work but I have created a hidden text box on the subreport and

VariableA = Me.TextBoxName

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worked out OK.

I wanted to know the method of accomplishing this without creating the hidden text box but if this is the only way I'll create a hidden text box for all the field values I need.

Thank you.
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