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Hello,

I am working on a database where a list of items is created in a table. These items can be used in different options.
I need to run a report with shows the status of the items and the list of Items for each option selections (multiple options may be selected).
I have attached a sample file of my table, query and report and a sample of the report format which I am trying to achieved.

Many thanks for your help.
Database-Sample.accdb
Sample-report-format.docx
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Look at sample. I've added summary status (TStatus in Query1), where each symbol means status of Option (options are added from right to left for sorting)]
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