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Old March 2nd, 2015, 06:27 PM
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Lightbulb Passing ClientID from Table with Date Range to output Report

I have a Master form with several buttons to open various functions in the operation of our winery. This part operates very well for data input. We have several winery customers that we must keep their data separate, so I use this basic Form for both input and output procedures. For output I want to return a date range selected based on Client ID.
The Base Table passes the Client ID to an intermediate Form for selection of the Date Ranges. The Date Range function works just fine. In addition to the date range unbounded controls there are two buttons one for previewing the report and one for printing. Both work just fine.
The problem is passing the client ID from this intermediate form to the report. The closest I have gotten is to add criteria to the output query returning the data that asks for the user to input the clientID.
Any help would be grateful.

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