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  1. #1
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    Angry Unanswered: report with 2 queries???

    How can I create one report using two queries?

  2. #2
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    does one query run a query on the other or do you need data from both queries?

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    Re: report with 2 queries???

    Originally posted by alazarou
    How can I create one report using two queries?
    Some possibilities:

    You could use one query in a report and another query in a subreport which is included in the same report.

    Or you could use the queries in subreports and include both of those in one report.
    J. Paul Schmidt, Freelance Web and Database Developer
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    If both queries are unrelated you could create reports based on each query then create a new report and in design mode you can actually drag the reports from the db window into the new report.

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    if both queries are dependent on the other go to query design bring both queries in teh design grid , join on the common field and run a make table , design the form from the make table

    to eliminate dupes - make sure in the properties of the make table you choose unique values

    this is a quick "get the report designed" fix only if data is needed from both queries in the report

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    Thanks!!
    It was really helpful

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