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    phivosz is offline Novice
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    #Type Error in report .. only in Print Preview

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    I have a report.. If I run the report everything works fine. If I Print Preview, one of the controls which is fine on screen displays a #Type error.

    I cannot see why this should be.

    The report is a statement of account.

    The contents of the offending control are the following:

    =IIf([Text0]=1,[Text9]+[text35],[Text9])

    Text0 just counts the lines on the report
    Text9 subtracts the credits and adds debits on each line and is set to be summed overall (so it gives the running balance)
    Text35 takes the balance of all transactions falling before the first date of the period covered by the statement (from a subreport) and is added to the running balance only if Text0=1 (on the first line on the report).



    I really do not understand why there should be an error only in print preview (and Print) but the results display fine on screen.

    Any thoughts appreciated.

    Thanks

    Phivos

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    put as much as you can in the query, you don't need to code in the report.

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    How do you calculate Text0?

    If you want to provide db for analysis, follow instructions at bottom of my post.
    How to attach file: http://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=70301 To provide db: copy, remove confidential data, run compact & repair, zip w/Windows Compression.

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    but the results display fine on screen.
    This means report view?
    If so, then I believe the answer to your musing is that in this view, the entire report is "available" to itself thus calculations can work but might not be when it's formatted for printing. Print Preview is just basically that, and whatever you see on screen should be the paper output, so if you're saying that this error is raised in either of these cases, then a calculated control's control source may not be available in preview. The entire report is apparently not "available" to itself. Not the best way to describe it I guess. You could try moving the control to a header or footer (page, report, or section). You didn't say where it was located.

    I also advocate doing as much of the calculation in a query, but sometimes it's just easier/better in a report - especially if it's a calculation over a group.
    - "doesn't work" doesn't help. Implement changes in copies of your database.
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    phivosz is offline Novice
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    June, [Text0] is an unbound textbox set to "=1". I set its "Running Sum" property to "Over All", which then gives my line numbers in the report.

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    phivosz is offline Novice
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    Micron, yes I mean report view is fine but print preview gives me the error.

    Anyway, I found a way around this. I removed the sub-report that was doing the calculation of the balance to be brought forward. Instead I write the value to a table and have the report read it from there. Problem solved. Well not "solved", avoided

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