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    Custom reports/queries in Outlook 2003

    Update - just need to link from Access and then queries and reports, duh!

    What I'd like to do is get a listing of contacts with specific criteria such as all with a non-null birthday entry or a non-null anniversary entry, etc. I'm not finding what I think I want.

    Thanks for any pointers.
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    Last edited by ScouterBob; 2011-03-30 at 12:17. Reason: Found the solution (woke up??)

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    Bob,

    Give the advanced find option under Options on the Contacts page search {Ctrl+Shift+F} bar a try as follows:

    1. Click the Advanced Tab
    2. Click the Field button
    3. Click All Contact Fields
    4. Click on Birthday {or the field of your choice}.
    5. Click the Condition drop down arrow.
    6. Select "Does Not Exist" from the list.
    7. Click the Add to List button.
    8. Click the Find Now Button.

    Please note that if you want to see the field you searched on in the output you may have to right click on the titles and modify the view to add the field. I had to do this with the birthday field.

    Hope this is what you're looking for.

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    Thanks.

    Thanks RetiredGeek.

    I knew it was there somewhere. Must have had a 'senior moment' when trying to resolve.

    Thanks again,
    Bob (also retired from IT but still Scouting)

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