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Old 01-23-2020, 10:35 AM   #1
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I'm a relatively novice Access user and would like to know how to print multiple reports at one time. I tried to create a macro but was unsuccessful.

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Thanks, Corday. I noticed this post as well but it is for an older version of Access and the steps don't seem to jive with my version (office 365). Thanks, again, though.
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My computer with Office is down right now for bench testing and I'm sure needing a CPU ($300). The one I'm on has the Word Perfect Suite so it wouldn't help even if I went into Paradox. Hope someone reading this can jump in since I know you can do what you're attempting.
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Thanks, again.
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I was hoping someone else would respond by now. If you live anywhere near a bookstore, Access for Dummies 2019 is available. Would be worth buying even if it doesn't solve this problem.
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Hi didisut,
Try this procedure:
1. Open your database in design mode.
2. Click 'Create'
3. Click 'Macro'
4. In the 'Add new Action' drop down, select 'Open report'
5. Select the report name from the drop down, also the view required - I suggest 'Print preview' for testing.
6. Add any filters or selection criteria required.
7. Repeat from 4, 5, and 6 for the next report.
8. Close the macro window and save the macro with a meaningful name.
9. Under 'Objects' select macros, and double click the macro to run it.
Works for me.
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