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New posts. Search forums. Log in. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thread starter jguscs Start date Aug 27, Local time Today, Joined Jun 23, Messages Is is possible to print a report that's already been generated and in "preview" mode by hitting a "print" button that's on a form? I'm trying to do this with DoCmd. PrintOut I realize that this command will print out the currentlyactive object, so I'm thinking I have to make the Report active first with some type of.

SetFocus command, but once that. SetFocus has been run, the DoCmd. PrintOut code on the form wouldn't be run Rich Guest. Use a custom menu bar. Custom menu bar Anyway, what I did was save the values in various text boxes on the form to variables. Then I closed the form with a DoCmd.

The report becomes active by default but code in form is still running. Then I printed the Report still in the code on the Form that is closed. Then I opened the form back up with a DoCmd, and restored the text boxes' values from the variables. When did I become a senior member? Does membership have its privilages? Local time Today, Joined Apr 25, Messages You mean you did: DoCmd.

PrintOut , , , , qty DoCmd. Not quite, CALV. Close acForm, "FORM 2", acSaveNo It would probably be better to set the focus here to the report, just to make sure something else doesn't have it for some reason, but since the report is currently the only object open PrintOut DoCmd. Local time Today, Joined Jun 21, Messages RunCommand acCmdPrint This will give you the option of the dialog box, and should also keep the focus on the Report Preview.

Wayne gave me this code and I use it quite a bit. The only thing is you need to put error handling for "Cancel". I knew someone would have a better way of doing this. Thanks, rube. You must log in or register to reply here. Top Bottom.

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