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    Hiding query columns (97)

    Hiding query columns
    How can I hide query columns in using a macro? Please advise.

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    Re: Hiding query columns (97)

    hey thanks, I just wound up creating a query to suit my needs, and I meant hiding columns in the query. Right now though what I

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    Re: Hiding query columns (97)

    I don't have the least idea of what you're doing or why you're doing it with a query. Why have a field in a query if you want to hide it? And what does hiding a column have to do with filtering the data?
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    Re: Hiding query columns (97)

    Basically, what I wanted to do is rather than build a new query, I wanted a macro to modify an existing query to certain specifications, one of which included hidden columns that I did not need to see when entering data.

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    Re: Hiding query columns (97)

    That suggests you're using queries to enter data, which is a BAD idea. If you use a form, you don't have to hide columns in a query because you can select the columns you use in the form.
    Charlotte

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