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Empty lines in report

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Hi everyone,

There's probably an easy solution to this little problem, but I can't find

it:

in the properties of my field, i selected hide duplicates 'yes'. As a

(logical) result, i have a number of empty lines, where the said duplicates

used to be.

Is there a way to remove these empty lines?

Thanks in advance

greetings from Belgium

Benny

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    • Benny,

      Hide duplicates doesn't mean "hide duplicate records" - it means hide the

      group header or data point so it won't be repeated over and over. If you

      have blank lines, you may have true duplicate records, and that's a problem.

      Or maybe I'm not correctly visualizing what your report looks like.

      "Benny Eckert" <productie.ms-access.questionfor.info.boombuitenverlichting.be> wrote in message

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      > Hi everyone,

      > There's probably an easy solution to this little problem, but I can't find

      > it:

      > in the properties of my field, i selected hide duplicates 'yes'. As a

      > (logical) result, i have a number of empty lines, where the said

      duplicates

      > used to be.

      > Is there a way to remove these empty lines?

      > Thanks in advance

      > greetings from Belgium

      > Benny

      #1; Mon, 31 Dec 2007 00:03:00 GMT