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Hi EE

I am using Office 2013. What are the max groups allowed in any one Report

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As I know, these limits are same for Access 2010-2016 and is equal to 10;
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Access-2010-specifications-1e521481-7f9a-46f7-8ed9-ea9dff1fa854
I've tested it in Access 2016 and it is 10

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I have a report with 4 groups but wont allow me to enter another group. Any ideas

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It's late over here so will do tomorrow

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I converted the report to PDF to send to you as requested but Jeff has explained why only 4 groups allowed. So no need for an example.
Thank you for your input

Alan

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