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    Not my favorite class at all. I need to make a form that has a list (or two) of all my forms and all my reports so a person can select one to view. Combobox or list box? is there a way to just pull all existing forms and reports and drop them in upon load so that when one is added, it automatically is put in the list or is this more of a manual process? I think I understand the Macro part well enuff after I get this.

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    In ASP I would put all the forms in 1 folder on the server, then use a system object to populate a drop down list, or just create a list of the reports, forms and link to them.

    Done this numerous times in ASP, but not familiar enough with php, I suspect there is something similar.

    This really has nothing to do with the database, unless of course all of your forms and reports are in the database ( assuming they are not ), but you could also create a simple table with the form name and a link to the form, and pull the list ?


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