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Printing report b after report a prints using report a's variables

 
 
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      8th Feb 2006
I have a report (Report A). When it runs, it ask a question which selects
what report to run. This works fine.

I have another report (Report B). When it runs, it doens't ask questions by
design and returns all "inventory". There is a table in Report B that
references Report A.

I need to run Report A, inputing what report I want to run... (ex. 200).
From there, on print, need to run Report B with the selection variables from
Report A(ex. 200) if there were matching records.

So, Report A would print #200's information. If there were "inventory"
items that referenced #200, it would print the Inventory information included
in Report B.

Do I use Macros? If so, what do I build it on? Do I have to use custom code?

Thank you in advance!
 
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