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I have a report on access that has a header group on part id so that it will total the quantity if there is more than one of the same part.  I also have some parts that don't have a part id and they only show in the detail section.  I have the detail section set for not visible because at first we thought there would only be parts with part ids but now there isn't.  So what I want to be able to do is hide the header group if there is no part id and show only the detail section but if there are part ids then show the header group.

Now the real problem is what is going to happen when I have a report that has part ids on some and not on others.  I hope this makes sense.
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 2000 total points
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Makes some sense, but it sounds like it's getting complicated.

I would take a different approach; in your query that the report is based on, assign a value for the part ID, such as "No Part ID" and allow them to group with everything else.

If you don't want to do that, possibly two subreports, one for items with PartID's and then one for those with none.

Failing that, you should be able to hide the group header with a check in the header.

To test that, just pick a condition that occurs in your report (like PartID = "XYZ") and do:

 If Me![PartID] = "XYZ" then
   Me.GroupHeaderx.Visible = False
 Else
   Me.GroupHeaderx.Visible = True
 End If

  in the OnFormat of the group header.  Part"XYZ" should end up with no group header when you test that.

  If that works, then figure out what condition(s) you want that check to work on.

Jim.
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by:lrollins
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That coding work.  

Thanks
Jim
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