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it's that possible to open  a report with vba on a form that will also feed the report  record source - in access 2013

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hi

is there some way to feed the record source from a report with vba on the form that will open the report and then feed the record source

something like this
DoCmd.OpenReport "TotalIncomeR", acViewPreview
Reports!TotalIncomeR.RecordSource = sqlstr

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Try this:


DoCmd.OpenReport "TotalIncomeR", acViewPreview, OpenArgs := sqlstr

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And in the Open Event of the report:

Me.Recordsource = Me.OpenArgs

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by:bill201
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thanks alot
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