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Applies to

Control Object

Report Object

SubForm Object

SubReport Object

You can use the Report property to refer to a report or to refer to the report associated with a subreport control.


expression Required. An expression that returns one of the objects in the Applies To list.


This property refers to a report object. It is read-only in all views.

You can use this property by using a macro or Visual Basic.

This property is typically used to refer to the report contained in a subreport control.

Note: When you use the Reports collection, you must specify the name of the report.


The following example uses the Report property to refer to a control on a subreport.

Dim curTotalSales As Currency
curTotalSales = Reports!Sales!Employees.Report!TotalSales

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