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Otherwise, if you want to DIY, you can read the contents below. Add a command button inside your report This article assumes that you already have an Access Report created. Open it in design view and add a button in the Report header as shown below. To do this: While in design view, select the button. Add code for the command button To add the code, you have to first add an On Click event to the button. With the command button selected, go again to the Property Sheet.
Click on the Event tab. This will open the VBA Editor. Now, copy the code below. Please update code. If it does, a prompt will appear asking if you would like to replace it with a new one.
If you select yes, the report will continue with the export process. If not, the file will not be converted to PDF. If you entered a folder path that does not exist, a prompt will appear to ask you to update the folder path specified in the code. Export process will not continue until this is corrected.
Once the report has been successfully exported, a prompt will appear indicating where the PDF file was saved. Unable to Open Access Database The most terrifying thing that can happen to any Access user is to wake up one day and realize that the database could no longer be opened.
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