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Weird problem: Print command ignores NEXT field when printing a document
with records from an access database table. Displaying the document shows it
properly formatted with all the proper fields and records. Printing the
document prints it with the first record repeated where succeeding records
should be and the display changes to the document as printed. This problem
is repeatable.
Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Access 2007 with latest updates.

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Have you actually executed the merge?

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Weird problem: Print command ignores NEXT field when printing a document
with records from an access database table. Displaying the document shows
it
properly formatted with all the proper fields and records. Printing the
document prints it with the first record repeated where succeeding records
should be and the display changes to the document as printed. This
problem
is repeatable.
Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Access 2007 with latest updates.



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Default Creating a table - printing ignores next field

This is not mail merge. I am inserting a table and populating each cell.

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

Have you actually executed the merge?

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Weird problem: Print command ignores NEXT field when printing a document
with records from an access database table. Displaying the document shows
it
properly formatted with all the proper fields and records. Printing the
document prints it with the first record repeated where succeeding records
should be and the display changes to the document as printed. This
problem
is repeatable.
Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Access 2007 with latest updates.




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Default Creating a table - printing ignores next field

AFAIK, the Next field works only with Mailmerge.

How are you populating the table? Here's how you would use VBA to do it.
You will need to set a reference to the DAO object library to use it:

Dim myDataBase As Database

Dim myActiveRecord As Recordset

Dim i As Long

Dim dtable As Table, drow As Row

'Open a database

Set myDataBase = OpenDatabase("c:\Access\Procurement Plan.mdb")

'Access the first record from a particular table

Set myActiveRecord = myDataBase.OpenRecordset("Currencies",
dbOpenForwardOnly)

'Add a table to the document with one row and as many fields as there are in
the database table

Set dtable = ActiveDocument.Tables.Add(Range:=Selection.Range, NumRows:=1,
numcolumns:=myActiveRecord.Fields.Count)

Set drow = dtable.Rows(1)

'Loop through all the records in the table until the end-of-file marker is
reached

Do While Not myActiveRecord.EOF

'Populate the cells in the Word table with the data from the current
record

For i = 1 To myActiveRecord.Fields.Count

drow.Cells(i).Range.Text = myActiveRecord.Fields(i - 1)

Next i

'Add a new row to the Word table and access the next record

Set drow = dtable.Rows.Add

myActiveRecord.MoveNext

Loop

'The last row will be empty, so delete it

drow.Delete

'Then close the database

myActiveRecord.Close

myDataBase.Close


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"Roy Lehmann" wrote in message
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This is not mail merge. I am inserting a table and populating each cell.

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

Have you actually executed the merge?

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"Roy Lehmann" wrote in message
news
Weird problem: Print command ignores NEXT field when printing a
document
with records from an access database table. Displaying the document
shows
it
properly formatted with all the proper fields and records. Printing
the
document prints it with the first record repeated where succeeding
records
should be and the display changes to the document as printed. This
problem
is repeatable.
Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Access 2007 with latest updates.






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Default Creating a table - printing ignores next field

Thank you for your help. I learned something. When you populate a table
using Insert; Quick Parts; you have to finish it with Mailings; Finish &
Merge;. This was not obvious since the document displays correctly.

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

AFAIK, the Next field works only with Mailmerge.

How are you populating the table? Here's how you would use VBA to do it.
You will need to set a reference to the DAO object library to use it:

Dim myDataBase As Database

Dim myActiveRecord As Recordset

Dim i As Long

Dim dtable As Table, drow As Row

'Open a database

Set myDataBase = OpenDatabase("c:\Access\Procurement Plan.mdb")

'Access the first record from a particular table

Set myActiveRecord = myDataBase.OpenRecordset("Currencies",
dbOpenForwardOnly)

'Add a table to the document with one row and as many fields as there are in
the database table

Set dtable = ActiveDocument.Tables.Add(Range:=Selection.Range, NumRows:=1,
numcolumns:=myActiveRecord.Fields.Count)

Set drow = dtable.Rows(1)

'Loop through all the records in the table until the end-of-file marker is
reached

Do While Not myActiveRecord.EOF

'Populate the cells in the Word table with the data from the current
record

For i = 1 To myActiveRecord.Fields.Count

drow.Cells(i).Range.Text = myActiveRecord.Fields(i - 1)

Next i

'Add a new row to the Word table and access the next record

Set drow = dtable.Rows.Add

myActiveRecord.MoveNext

Loop

'The last row will be empty, so delete it

drow.Delete

'Then close the database

myActiveRecord.Close

myDataBase.Close


--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"Roy Lehmann" wrote in message
...
This is not mail merge. I am inserting a table and populating each cell.

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

Have you actually executed the merge?

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"Roy Lehmann" wrote in message
news Weird problem: Print command ignores NEXT field when printing a
document
with records from an access database table. Displaying the document
shows
it
properly formatted with all the proper fields and records. Printing
the
document prints it with the first record repeated where succeeding
records
should be and the display changes to the document as printed. This
problem
is repeatable.
Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Access 2007 with latest updates.







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