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[ACT/Web]   Contact Report

Posted on 2013-11-05
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Application:   Sage ACT! Premium (Web) 2011 Version: 13.1.105.0

I'm trying to print a "Contact Report".
There are 15 companies in the current Lookup.

From the menu bar I go to \Reports\ContactReport.
It gives me the DefineFilters dialogue box.
The default settings are CurrentLookup and AllUsers.
I press OK.

The report shows no records found.

I try it again, but change it to CurrentContact.
Same thing. No records found.

Next, I try \Reports\ContactDirectory.
It does give me a listing of the 15 companies.

So why can't I get the ContactReport to work??

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Gary
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You need to create a Lookup of Contacts first
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Thank you.
I thought by virtue of the fact that the Contacts/DetailView shows 15 contacts, the report will include those contacts.
However I see from your response to my other posting ("Going from TaskList to Contacts") that I have not been creating the Lookup properly.
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