28-Jul-2006, 08:35 AM
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Re: Report - Query
"John Vinson" wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 21:39:01 -0700, Kylie
> >I have done a query from the be of a database, and from the query created a
> >report. I have now realised that the data I took from the query wasn't
> >exactly correct and it needs adjusted. Is there any way that I can just go
> >back to the query, make the required changes, and then have the report change
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> >without having to redesign the whole report again? (I have set it all up
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> >with headers/footers/logos/page set up etc, which took some time I don't want
> >to have wasted.)
> >I hope that this makes sense and that there is an easy answer. I am a very
> >novice Access user, so if there is a solution, as many detailed instructions
> >as possible appreciated!
> Certainly, and it's easy.
> Change the Query.
> Rerun the Report.
> You're done.
> A Report doesn't contain any data; it gets its data from its
> Recordsource, usually a query. Just make sure that the Report's
> Recordsource property contains the name of the query, and you're fine.
> John W. Vinson[MVP]