Parameter driven Report

KenCriss

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I am fairly new to Access, so bear with me. I have a simple DB with one table. On this table is a field called CONO. I have written a report whereby I want it to prompt the user to put in a value for CONO so it only pulls employees with that CONO. I followed the online help, and I can get it to prompt me for CONO, but the report ends up pulling people with other CONOs on it.
 

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Norie

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Ken

What did you use for the criteria for the CONO field?

It should be something like this.

[Please enter CONO]
 

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