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Unanswered: Conditional Formatting Save reverts back to original subReport
I have a report which includes a subReport.
The report detail data is from a query. No problem here.
The sub report is based on a calculation query.
I use "Save As . . ." to create a new report and subReport. (Why recreate a whole new report from scratch, right?)
The problem is that when I use "Conditional Formating" in the copied subReport to change a field value it is saved back to the original subReport. Not my intention!
If I change the field value back in the original subReport with "Conditional Formatting" it changes back in the copied subReport.
Back and forth . . . back and forth . . . I'm going nuts here. Ha!
What am I missing?
It sounds like you have the same subreport in two different reports. Look at the subreport control in each of the main reports, and see what the source object is.
Hi Paul - Yes I've created a subReport and then saved it with a different name.
Then I selected a different query as the source.
Next I changed one field using the "conditional field" formatting.
When I save the subReport with the new conditional field formatting it saves the change back to the original subReport.
This is very confusion.
Thanks . . . Rick
Can you post the db? What you describe should not happen.
I tried to create a matrix sort of file.
Please see attached.
Sometimes when I "save as" I see save to A, SAVE to All, etc.
If I save to all then I supose that is the problem.
How do I correct this?