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Printing Subdata Sheet in Table - Is it possible

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by abqhusker@gmail.com, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. abqhusker@gmail.com

    abqhusker@gmail.com
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    Whenever I expand the + and then print, it only prints the main table,
    not the subdata sheet portion. Is there no way to print where the
    expanded subdata sheet records will show also? Appreciate any help out
    there. I've checked help and searched internet, so far can't find
    answer.

    Ed
     
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  3. Tom Wickerath

    Tom Wickerath
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    Hi Ed,

    You cannot print records shown in expanded subdatasheets at the table level.
    My recommendation is to create a grouped report that will easily allow you to
    print the one-side and the many-side records.

    Subdatasheets are one of those things that you should consider abandoning,
    especially if you develop multi-user JET database applications. Here's why:

    BUG: Slow performance on linked tables in Access 2002 and Office Access 2003
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=275085


    Tom

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    "abqhusker@gmail.com" wrote:

    Whenever I expand the + and then print, it only prints the main table,
    not the subdata sheet portion. Is there no way to print where the
    expanded subdata sheet records will show also? Appreciate any help out
    there. I've checked help and searched internet, so far can't find
    answer.

    Ed
     

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