port “rptCertificate_1”, acViewNormal. This prints the report but the calculated values dont print. If i simply open the report from. I’m trying to send a report directly to the printer yet allow VBA code to DoCmd. PrintOut acPrintAll acReport, “zzqryRepTest1”. (Q) How do I printout multiple copies of one report without having to use the port multiple times? (A) Use the Printout Method of the Docmd object.

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How to automatically print out an Access Report using VBA

This MS Access tutorial assumes that you have created a report called rptCustomerInvoice that you want to print out automatically. What code do you want to run before you print? May 13 Then, follow his instructions regarding the F1 key. Register now while it’s still free! PrintOut, but I seem to failed.

And f1 attempts rrport install some form of help that i dont have and it fails. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. This code sends the report directly to the printer. PrintOut is not used to print reports, it used to print “pages” of a form or datasheet, from within that form or datasheet.


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It’s easy to join and it’s free. Place the cursor inside the OpenReport repkrt in your code and press the F1 key. Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.

I’m selecting some record and I have option to view them as a report by pushing Command33 button. A AcPrintQuality constant that specifies the print quality. RunCommand acCmdPrint This print the home form not the report!.

Dcomd acReport, “zzqryRepTest1” but this just prints a blank sheet.

The first page to print. The number of copies to print. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! A numeric expression that’s a valid page number in the active form or datasheet. I am keen to find out if it is possible to use report events in situations when you don’t want the user to see the report before it appears on the printer but would like the option to run some VBA before the report is printed.

From the switchboard, i want to click a button that will open the report, and the report prints automatically.

Is what I want to do possible and, if so, how? You can use the PrintOut action to print the active object in the open database. Hmm, I just checked help, and it says PrintOut prints the “active object” On that case, my thinking that it would be any better than acCmdPrint with regards to selecting an active object probably doesn’t hold much ground!


Your report should now open in preview mode and automatically print.

Code to run on open – perhaps change the recordsource or alter report heading. Search this forum only?

If you leave this argument blank, the default True is assumed. Message will auto close in 2 seconds. A AcPrintRange constant that specifies the range to print.

The following example prints two collated copies of the first four pages of the active form or datasheet:. Remarks You can use the PrintOut action to print the active object in the open database.

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PageFrom Optional Variant The first page to print. PrintOut is a non-GUI operation and you can specify a few basic printer settings with the arguments, or more complete control through the report’s Printer object if need be.

When the properties box appears, select the events tab. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you leave this argument blank, the default 1 is assumed.