List box printing

zack66

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Jan 4, 2004
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Hi there.
I have a form which uses a list box to bring the employee name.
Now I am printing the form for each employee one by one after selecting the employee from the list box.
I would like to print the form with all names in the list box instead of doing it one by one.
Will appreciate all help.
 

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anvil19

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Nov 18, 2003
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Hey Zack66

Is this form you mention an actual Windows form or a worksheet? In other words does your selecting a name from the list populate a form with data?

anvil19
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