Report on a Form question

gmazza76

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Good afternoon,

I have several reports created that I want to populate onto a Form when a button is pressed, which I can do, but how do I make sure they open in the correct location?

Sorry to sound vague, but when the button is pressed I would like the reports to open in their specific place and size so I can include around 4 reports to a view

thanks
Gavin
 

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Micron

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I guess you could put 4 subreport controls on the form. Never have done as I've always considered reports to be separate tools from reports - one for viewing only, the other for manipulating records.
 

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