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    Report from multiple queries (2000-SR1)

    I have about fifteen queries that are all similar, but I need to incorporate the data from all of them into one report, with each section of the report being the data from each of those queries. Can anybody help point me in the right direction?

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    Re: Report from multiple queries (2000-SR1)

    Create a report for each of the queries.
    Then create an unbound report and place the reports in its Detail section as subreports.

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    Re: Report from multiple queries (2000-SR1)

    Thanks, Hans, I'll try that . I had tried the subreport concept, but not as unbound, so I'll work on that. Thanks again. I don't need that report until 7:00 pm my time (12 hours from now), but of course, I have my real job to tend to between now and then.

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