selecting a record from a table and printing ONE page report

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Microsoft Access
Query
I have two tables that are joined in a query.  I have a form that points to one of the rows in the table.  I would like to print a single page report for the ONE row.  How do I do that from a multi-row form (with the appropriate row selected) into a MS Access Report?

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MSAccess/Intel-Windows XP

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  • Michaeleemeyer
    One person has responded with some VBA script for selecting one record and putting it in a form. The problem is that I'm using it to create a report and only want that record to be printed. I need some serious help because I am not a VBA guru. I need someone to walk me through this please.
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