Report with pivot tables and pivot charts in sub reports


M

Mal Praktis

I am developing a Access 2007 report for multiple departments. The report is
grouped by department. I have a series of 5 subreports each of which
contains three items: 1) a pivot table; 2) a pivot bar chart; and 3) a
pivot pie chart. Each subreport breaks down the data on a specific
demographic category (injury type, complaint type, job category, etc...).

I have placed the pivot items into the subreport footers with the subreport
title in the report header. I have place each of the subreports into the
main report's footer with the report title in the header.

Issues:
1) When I run the subreports they work perfectly. When I run the main
report the subreports don't display correctly. The pie chart turns into a
bar chart in print preview. The "incorrectly displayed pie" bar chart
repeats itself getting gradually smaller on each page to infinity.

2) When I view the main report in "report view" the subreports don't all
expand correctly and most will overlap each other.

3) The subreport headings are set to repeat on each page, but they don't
when running the main report.

There are other smaller issues, but these must be resolved to even begin
worrying about the minor issues.

Any help would be appreciated. I have scoured the forums here and can't
seem to find a fix. Thanks.
 
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M

Mal Praktis

As this plea for help has lingered for a month and nobody has yet taken the
time to reply with either a "yes" I can help, or a "no" this is too hard or
vague an issue, I will assume that nobody will bother.

I greatly appreciate and value the support given on this site but I am glad
I it isn't subscription based.

Somebody please close this request as unresolved as I am giving up here and
moving on. :(
 
J

John... Visio MVP

Steve said:
Mal,

If it isn't too late, I'll make an offer to take a stab at it for a modest
fee. I provide help with Access, Exce; and Word applications for a
reasonable fee. If you would like to give me a chance to help you, contact
me.

Steve

These newsgroups are provided by Microsoft for FREE peer to peer support.
There are many highly qualified individuals who gladly help for free. Stevie
is not one of them, but he is the only one who just does not get the idea of
"FREE" support. He offers questionable results at unreasonable prices. If he
was any good, the "thousands" of people he claims to have helped would be
flooding him with work, but there appears to be a continuous drought and he
needs to constantly grovel for work.

A few gems gleaned from the Word New User newsgroup over the Christmas
holidays to show Stevie's "expertise" in Word.


Dec 17, 2008 7:47 pm

Word 2007 ..........
In older versions of Word you could highlght some text then go to Format -
Change Case and change the case of the hoghloghted text. Is this still
available in Word 2007? Where?
Thanks! Steve


Dec 22, 2008 8:22 pm

I am designing a series of paystubs for a client. I start in landscape and
draw a table then add columns and rows to setup labels and their
corresponding value. This all works fine. After a landscape version is
completed, I next need to design a portrait version. Rather than strating
from scratch, I'd like to be able to cut and paste from the landscape
version and design the portrait version.
Steve


Dec 24, 2008, 1:12 PM

How do you protect the document for filling in forms?
Steve


One of my favourites:
Dec 30, 2008 8:07 PM - a reply to stevie
(The original poster asked how to sort a list and stevie offered to create
the OP an Access database)
Yes, you are right but a database is the correct tool to use not a
spreadsheet.


Not at all. If it's just a simple list then a spreadsheet is perfectly
adequate...




John... Visio MVP
 
K

Keith Wilby

Mal Praktis said:
As this plea for help has lingered for a month and nobody has yet taken
the
time to reply with either a "yes" I can help, or a "no" this is too hard
or
vague an issue, I will assume that nobody will bother.

I greatly appreciate and value the support given on this site but I am
glad
I it isn't subscription based.

Somebody please close this request as unresolved as I am giving up here
and
moving on. :(

This group is "staffed" by volunteers, it's not a "site", it's a Usenet news
group and there is no opening and closing of "requests". If you don't get a
response it can mean that perhaps no-one knows or perhaps just can't be
bothered. Either way you can't *demand* that people respond, it just
doesn't work like that.
 
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K

Keith Wilby

Steve said:
Mal,

If it isn't too late,

You can smell the desperation can't you? Grovelling for work in a month-old
post is a new low. You're so pathetic words fail me.
 

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